Festivals Years & Years, Robyn, The Chemical Brothers & more announced for Mad Cool 2019

Years & Years, Roundhouse, London by Ellen Offredy

Iggy Pop, Yonaka and Vince Staples will also play the Madrid event next summer.

Years & Years, Robyn and The Chemical Brothers are just three of the latest additions to the line-up for next year’s Mad Cool Festival.

Iggy Pop, Yonaka, Vince Staples and Sharon Van Etten are also amongst the latest names to be added to the festival’s bill.

They join headliners Bon Iver, The National and The Cure, plus acts including Vampire Weekend, The 1975, Smashing Pumpkins, Jorja Smith and Mogwai.

The full list of new additions is as follows.

Years & Years, The Chemical Brothers, Robyn, Iggy Pop, Disclosure (DJ set), H.E.R., Tokimonsta, Nao, Charlotte De Witte, Jasss, Vince Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Eric Prydz, George Fitzgerald, Haai, Valeras, Miles Kane, Mitú, Yonaka, Le Butcherettes, Delaporte, Lala Lala and Doblecapa.

Last year’s festival included appearances from Arctic Monkeys, Nine Inch Nails, Wolf Alice and Jack White, among others

Mad Cool Festival 2019 takes place in Madrid between 11th and 13th July 2019. Tickets are on sale now.

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