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April 2020
Festivals

110 Above has confirmed a load of bands for 2020's festival, including The Amazons, Sundara Karma and Sports Team

The event takes place in August.
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Published: 2:56 pm, December 17, 2019
110 Above has confirmed a load of bands for 2020's festival, including The Amazons, Sundara Karma and Sports Team

110 Above has confirmed a load of bands for 2020's festival, including The Amazons, Sundara Karma and Sports Team.

The Leicestershire event will take place from 13th-16th August, with further sets from Bad Sounds, Bloxx, Gengahr, Rhys Lewis, Alfie Templeman, The Pale White, Larkins, The Mysterines, Saytr Play, Noisy and Bessie Turner.

Festival curator, founder and Chief Booker Michael Lain says: "It's incredible how the festival has developed, and we are excited to take another incredible step forward in 2018 - we will tweak the elements of the festival that people absolutely love".

Tickets are on sale now.

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