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2Q has signed up Mystery Jets, Spector and more for 2019's festival

This year’s event will take place on 9th November.
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Published: 10:12 pm, June 19, 2019
2Q has signed up Mystery Jets, Spector and more for 2019's festival

2Q has signed up Mystery Jets, Spector and more for 2019’s festival.

The Lincoln all-dayer will also host sets from The Futureheads, The Blinders, Jaws, Vant, Cassia, The Pale White, Working Mens Club, Heavy Lungs, Saint Agnes, Do Nothing, Orchards, Calva Louise, Honey Lung, Alice Jemima, Deco, Liines, Spoort, The Honeymoon Suite, Kings & Bears, Sam Varlow, Serena Joy, The Ultraviolet, The Wildflowers, Undercover Tide, and Vigilantes.

“We’re very excited to return 2Q,” comment Jaws, “every time we’ve played it’s been so much fun so we’re looking forward to playing again. Fans can look forward to hearing some new songs, we haven’t had many opportunities to play them yet so we’re very excited about that!”

This year’s event will take place on 9th November; tickets are on sale now.

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