Festivals New acts announced for Beat Hotel Marrakech

The Glastonbury institution is heading to Morocco next month, and has just added Awesome Tapes From Africa, Andrew Weatherall and more to its lineup.

Next month, Glastonbury institution The Beat Hotel is hosting a new event in Marrakech, Morocco, and a host of new bands have been added to the lineup.

The likes of Awesome Tapes From Africa and Andrew Weatherall will join the previously announced Young Fathers, Teleman, James Holden, Alexis Taylor, Maribou State and more on the weekend of 28th-31st March.

As well as music, the Beat Hotel Marrakech is set to feature a host of live Q&As, talks and workshops.

See the full lineup below.

Music

Alexis Taylor / Amateurism / Andrew Weatherall / Awesome Tapes from Africa / Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton / Casa Voyager / Dan Beaumont & Nadia Ksaiba / Deep Throat Choir / Dom Chung / Donna Leake / Driss Bennis / Flamingods / Gerd Janson / Gilles Peterson / Grainger / Haai / Heavenly Jukebox / Hunee / James Holden & Maalem Houssam Guinia / Job Jobse / Justin Gardner / Kosh / / Lemmy Ashton / Lovefingers / Love Glove / Mafalda / Maribou State / Master Musicians of Joujouka / Mike Jones / Moshi Moshi DJs / Nabihah Iqbal / New Business / Not An Animal / Palms Trax / Peach / People Get Real / Perel / Teleman / The Sonic Emporium / Unabombers / Young Fathers

Talks & Workshops

Andrew Weatherall & David Keenan - Music, Fiction and Mythology / Barry Miles - Morocco, the Beats and the late 60s / David Keenan’s Autonomic Tarot / Irvine Welsh and DBC Pierre - The Literary Outlaw / Jade Jasmin - Therapies & Wellbeing / Jeremy Deller’s Late Night Cinema / John Niven - Music Business Dysfunctionality / Meet the Dream Machine with Frank Rynne / Nabihah Iqbal’s Global Frequencies / Patternity’s Photo Tour of Marrakech / Pip Roberts’ Wakey Wakey Yoga / Wolf Sister - Guided Meditation & Tarot

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