News: The Magic Gang, Matt MalteseBlack Midi and more to play Cornwall’s Knee Deep Festival

​The Magic Gang, Matt Maltese, Black Midi and more to play Cornwall’s Knee Deep Festival​

The 7th edition of the Cornish festival takes place this August.

The line-up for Cornwall’s Knee Deep Festival has been announced! This year’s edition of the festival will include performances from previous DIY cover stars The Magic Gang, as well as Matt Maltese, Black Midi, ALASKALASKA, Westerman and more, as well as a huge range of spoken word and poetry performances. 

This year will be the 7th edition of the festival and will take place in a secret Cornish location near Liskeard. See the full line-up below. 

Full Line-up:

Activia Benz DJs, ALASKALASKA, Anthony Anaxagorou, Banoffee Pies, Barney Artist, Bizarre Rituals, Black Midi, Bullion, Donna Leake, Easy Life, Elsa Hewitt, Emma-Jean Thackray, Eminent DJs, Free Love (FKA Happy Meals), Harvey Causon, Holiday Ghosts, Husky Loops, Krush Puppies, Lightworks, Matt Maltese, Rhythm Sister DJs, Ruf Dug, Samuel Organ DJ, Sean Nicholas Savage, Skinny Pelembe, Slugabed (Live Band), Solomon O.B, Sports Team, Sunken, The Magic Gang, Viscera DJs, Westerman

You can buy tickets to Knee Deep Festival here.

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