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28 more acts have joined the bill for the 2020 edition of Eurosonic Noorderslag

Eurosonic will take place from 15th-18th January in Groningen.
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Published: 5:46 pm, November 26, 2019
28 more acts have joined the bill for the 2020 edition of Eurosonic Noorderslag

28 more acts have joined the bill for the 2020 edition of Eurosonic Noorderslag.

Flohio (pictured) and Working Mens Club are leading the new names, along with loads of Dutch acts, including A.Rose, Joost, Lars And The Magic Mountain, Paracetamøl, and Personal Trainer.

Eurosonic will take place from 15th-18th January in Groningen, The Netherlands. The new additions join the likes of Alfie Templeman, Sorcha Richardson, Sorry, Arlo Parks, Sinead O'Brien, Eyesore & The Jinx, The Snuts, Iguana Death Cult, and more.

The full list of new confirmations reads: Alice Boman , Anna Leone , Benny Sings, Crystal Murray, De Ambassade, Flohio, Johnny Mafia, Marko Markovič, Melenas, Nona, Sloper, Thomas Azier, Violet Days, Working Mens Club, A.Rose, Ashafar, Davina Michelle, EAUXMAR, Gaidaa, Goldband, Joost, Lars And The Magic Mountain, Paracetamøl, Personal Trainer, Roxeanne Hazes, This is LOVSKI, Vic Willems, and a dj set by Willie Wartaal.

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