The line-up for this year’s Lowlands festival near Amsterdam continues to grow, with some massive new additions just joining the bill.
Among the latest acts announced are The Shins, set to play tracks from their latest album ‘Heartworms,’ as well as Solange. Feist will also be playing, with her new album ‘Pleasure’ (her first in six years no less) in tow. Car Seat Headrest, Methyl Ethel and SKOTT are also headed to the event in August, with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Vince Staples, Songhoy Blues, Black Foxxes, DD Dumbo and more also set for the festival.
They’ll join a line-up that already contains First Aid Kit, Sampha, Skepta, Death Grips, Bastille, Future Islands, London Grammar, The xx, Mumford and Sons, Flume, Alt-J, Mac DeMarco, Michael Kiwanuka and Migos.
Lowlands gets under way near Amsterdam in the Netherlands from 18th-20th August. See full line-up information on the Lowlands website.
DIY is an official media partner of Lowlands. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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