Goths will be descending on Whitby next autumn for the return of the the TOMORROW'S GHOSTS festival.
First acts have just been announced for the even which is now in its fifth year and will be returning to the town's Pavilion over the weekend of 28 to 30 October.
Acts lined-up so far include Friday night headliners FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM, GHOST DANCE (pictured), INTO A CIRCLE, BALAAM & THE ANGEL, EVIL BLIZZARD, BOOTBLACKS and ALL MY THORNS, with many more, including further headliners, to be announced.
Ghost Dance were formed by guitarist Gary Marx following his departure from The Sisters Of Mercy and ex-Skeletal Family singer Anne Marie Hurst. The band recently returned with a new line-up still fronted by Hurst.
Saturday will feature the recently reformed Into A Circle, the band put together by Paul 'Bee' Hampshire and former Southern Death Cult bassist Barry Jepson after hooking up in Getting The Fear. Their first show since 1989, new material is promised.
Tickets are on sale here.