Festivals: Shamir, Låpsley & The Antlers added to Lowlands 2015

Shamir, Låpsley & The Antlers added to Lowlands 2015

Another fourteen acts have been added to the line-up, following yesterday’s announcement.

It was just yesterday that Lowlands 2015 announced fourteen new acts set to appear at the festival, but that wasn’t all they had up their sleeves. Now, they’ve unveiled another fourteen names for this year’s edition of the weekender.

Shamir, Låpsley and The Antlers all lead the way in the latest slew of additions, along with Paolo Nutini, Tove Lo and Patrick Watson.

They’ll be joined by Howling (live), Thomston, Eaves, DakhaBrakha, Dollkraut (live), Ho99o9, Herman Brock Jr. and iLLBiLLY HiTEC, who complete the latest round of acts confirmed.

The newest announcement follows on from yesterday’s (15th April) list of artists, which included The Maccabees, FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks), Vaults and Mini Mansions.

This year’s edition of Lowlands 2015 takes place from 21st to 23rd August at Biddinghuizen, Netherlands. It’ll be headlined by The Chemical Brothers, Interpol and Tame Impala, with other appearances coming from Underworld, SBTRKT and Years & Years.

Lowlands tickets are priced from £136, available now.


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