Rozi Plain, seen above, will be among the performers appearing at the first Little Way music festival, held in Brighton this Saturday, February 27th. The festival was created by Philippe Nash and Harvey Herman, two former illustration students from the Brighton School of Art, creating a unique combination of local musicians, art, and food from The Real Junk Food Project and the local Old Tree Brewery.

Little Way will be hosted at One Church, Gloucester Place, a venue which has been transformed into a multi-purpose space, providing room for a community center, co-work space, and, most importantly, a service providing shelter for the homeless, helping the Brighton community at-large.

On the event, Nash and Herman said, "Held at the tail end of winter, and entirely under one roof, the day is really an opportunity to gather together and deliver something of a shared home to everyone involved, rather than a 'big name' spectacle. We want to encourage a sense of a family which can grow and take new forms in the future"

Tickets, the rest of the lineup, and other information for the event can be viewed now at the Little Way website. Prices will be £15 for advanced tickets, £20 at the door, and free for advanced purchases for entrants 12-years-old and under.