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April 2020
Festivals

Are You Listening? has confirmed a few new names, including Self Esteem and Chappaqua Wrestling

AYL? raises money for Learning Disability charity Reading Mencap.
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Published: 5:00 pm, March 13, 2020
Are You Listening? has confirmed a few new names, including Self Esteem and Chappaqua Wrestling

Are You Listening? has confirmed a few new names.

Leading the new additions are Self Esteem, Chappaqua Wrestling, Priincess Kemz, and Black Helium. They join Matt Maltese, Warmduscher, Mush, Talk Show, Ben Marwood, Sophie Jamieson, The Keep Cats, Nobodies Birthday and loads 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.

The full line-up currently reads: Ajimal, Amya-Ray, Ash The Author, Baba Ali, BC Camplight, Ben Marwood, Bessie Turner, Bex Ruth, Black Helium, Bought It For The Bottle, Carlos, Chappaqua Wrestling, Daughter Of The Water, Deva St. John, Dolly & The Clothespegs, Doops, Douglas Dare, Dream Nails, Dream Wife, Drug Store Romeos, Elucidate, Ever Hazel, Freestylers, GHUM, HAQ123, Hatty Taylor, Head Drop, Heavy Lungs, Here Are The Young Men & Uncle Peanut, Holly Shillito, Jacob & The Moons, Joe Hicks, JOHN, John Kennedy DJ (Radio X), John Robb DJ, Kid Kin, KT King, Little Brother Eli, Marisa and the Moths, Matt Maltese, Mellor, Melt Yourself Down, Mother, Mush, Mythical Ash Cloud, Nobodies Birthday, Ocean Ruins, Pangolin, Part Ghoul, Peerless Pirates, Priincess Kemz, Readiophonics, Roves, Rum & Donuts DJ, Ruthie, Self Esteem, Self Help, Sophie Jamieson, Tabi Gazele, Talk Show, The August List, The Boileroom DJs, The Keep Cats, The Push DJ, Third Lung, Thomas Headon, Tracks & Grooves DJ, Warmduscher, Wild Island, Zoe-Anne DJ

Held on Saturday 25th April, you can get tickets now at areyoulistening.org.uk.

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