Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been cancelled. Refunds are being processed by the ticketing company as we speak.
Please Note: Under 16s must be accompanied by someone 18+
On Saturday February 17th 2024 Tonic Music For Mental Health host’s its biggest music event to date at the Portsmouth Guildhall.
Tonic Fest 4 will see electronic duo Audio Bullys top the bill 20 years after their debut Album “Ego War” was released with a full supporting line up including Shadowchild, Madame Electrifie and Dub Pistols Soundsystem.
Tonic Music For Mental Health stands firmly committed to its core mission of delivering good mental health and recovery through music. Since its inception in 2012, TONIC has been an unwavering advocate for individuals grappling with mental health challenges, offering creative support and a platform for their personal journeys of healing and growth. What began as a humble initiative promoting mental health awareness has now blossomed into a dynamic force driving tangible change. Today, TONIC is not just raising awareness; it’s taking proactive steps towards positive mental health outcomes.
Central to this transformative journey is the Tonic Rider program, which offers vital training and support to professionals in the music industry. By nurturing good mental health practices within the industry, TONIC is setting a precedent for the entire entertainment world. In the coming year, we envision expanding our reach and impact, delivering creative mental health support, and reinforcing our commitment to ‘Recovery Through Music’.
Audio Bullys is an English electronic music duo that has been captivating audiences with their unique blend of house, hip-hop, and garage music for over two decades. Consisting of Simon Franks and Tom Dinsdale, the duo first gained attention in the early 2000s with their debut album “Ego War”, which went silver and featured hits such as “We Don’t Care” and “Face in a Cloud”. The album’s success and following up hits such as “Shot You Down” and “Gimme That Punk” established Audio Bullys as one of the most exciting acts in the UK music scene.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of “Ego War”, Audio Bullys are set to come back with a new collaboration with Michael Bibi on Solid Grooves on 03 March 2023 featuring a fresh take on the iconic vocals of “We Don’t Care” from Simon Franks. In addition to their upcoming release with Michael Bibi, Audio Bullys have new original music on the horizon.
The duo continues to push the boundaries of electronic music, creating music that is fresh, exciting, and always on the cutting edge.
With their eclectic mix of influences and a sound that is uniquely their own, Audio Bullys remain one of the most exciting acts in electronic music.
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