Festivals Tame Impala, The National & Royal Blood to play Lowlands 2019

Tame Impala, The National & Royal Blood to play Lowlands 2019

Twenty One Pilots, The Prodigy, Jorja Smith and New Order will also play the fest.

Tame Impala, The National and Royal Blood are some of the first acts confirmed to play at this year’s edition of Lowlands Festival.

Other acts set to play at the 2019 edition of the Dutch festival include Twenty One Pilots, The Prodigy, Jorja Smith, New Order, IDLES and Franz Ferdinand.

Lowlands takes place at Biddinghuizen in the Netherlands from 16th to 18th August.

The full list of acts confirmed so far is:

Tame Impala, Twenty One Pilots, The Prodigy, A$AP Rocky, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, The National, New Order, Royal Blood, Anne-Marie, Billie Eilish, Franz Ferdinand, Giorgio Moroder, The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Jon Hopkins, Jorja Smith, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ronnie Flex & Deuxperience, Agoria (live), Antal, Denzel Curry, FKJ, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, Helena Hauff, Honey Dijon, Hunee, JOJI, JUNGLE, Jungle by Night, Mall Grab, Marcel Dettmann, MY BABY, Parcels, The Streets, Thomas Azier, Weval, Willem, Ziggy Marley, Boy Pablo, The Chats, Code Orange, Courtesy, Denis Sulta, Dimension, Dub Inc, I Don’t, Know How But They Found Me, IDLES, Marc Rebillet, Moonlight Benjamin, POND, Slaves, This is LOVSKI, Two Feet, Whitney.

Tickets for this year’s festival go on sale this Saturday 2nd February at 11am from their official website.


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