Joining Yannis and co on the main stage in July will be Bonobo, fresh from the release of his latest album ‘Migration’, as well as Wild Beasts and Laura Marling. Maggie Rogers, Hudson Taylor, RY X, Lucky Chops and Picture This will also be performing on the main stage.
Michael Kiwanuka brings his Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘Love & Hate’ to the Communion stage, and there he’ll be joined by Sylvan Esso, Dan Croll, Twin Peaks, Nadine Shah and Margaret Glaspy.
Ardyn, Vessels, Parcels, Jake Isaac, Bombino, and more have also been announced to play in Victoria Park.
DIY are also set to present our own stage in the Kopparberg Urban Forest, with the line-up TBA.
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