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April 2020
Festivals

Another twenty acts have been announced for this year's Are You Listening? Festival

The Reading based event has added Matt Maltese, Warmduscher, Mush and Talk Show to the bill.
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Published: 4:05 pm, January 17, 2020
Another twenty acts have been announced for this year's Are You Listening? Festival

Another twenty acts have been announced for this year's Are You Listening? Festival.

The Reading based event has added Matt Maltese, Warmduscher, Mush and Talk Show to the bill, as well as Ben Marwood, Wophie Jamieson, The Keep Cats, Nobodies Birthday and more.

AYL? raises money for Learning Disability charity Reading Mencap and has raised nearly £70,000 for the charity since 2013. The festival has also partnered with Safe Gigs For Women, supporting their work combating harassment in live music.

Held on Saturday 25th April, you can check out the full line-up in the poster below. You can get tickets now at areyoulistening.org.uk

Another twenty acts have been announced for this year's Are You Listening? Festival

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