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Aitch is going to headline next year's The Great Escape Spotlight Show

He's following on from Lewis Capaldi this year.
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Published: 9:44 pm, December 06, 2019
Aitch is going to headline next year's The Great Escape Spotlight Show

Aitch is going to headline next year's The Great Escape Spotlight Show.

He'll perform at the Brighton Dome Concert Hall on Saturday 16th May, with tickets on sale now. Aitch follows on from 2019's booking, Lewis Capaldi.

“Can’t wait to play TGE this year," he says. "Last year was fun and to be headlining this year will be even better. See you there!"

Next year's event will run from 13th-16th May 2020, across loads of venues in Brighton. Quite a few acts have already been confirmed, including JAY1, GoGo Penguin, Velvet Negroni, Evie Irie, Angelica Garcia, Baker Boy, Sinead O’Brien, Odunsi (The Engine), Larry Pink The Human, Public Practice, Jada, BENEE, Phoebe Green, and Aaron Smith.

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