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April 2020
Festivals

A new bunch of acts have been announced for this year's Iceland Airwaves festival

John Grant, Cautious Clay, Snapped Ankles, WH Lung and more are all set to play the Reykjavik event.
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Published: 11:13 pm, June 19, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
A new bunch of acts have been announced for this year's Iceland Airwaves festival

A new bunch of acts have been announced for this year's Iceland Airwaves festival.

Taking place between 6th and 9th November, the Reykjavik based event will play host to John Grant, who will play an intimate set at the city's Frikirkjan church, alongside the likes of Cautious Clay, Snapped Ankles and WH Lung.

They join the previously announced Mac DeMarco, Of Monsters And Men, Whitney and Shame on the bill.

You can find out more info in the tweet below.

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