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Big Scary Monsters have signed up a few new names for this year's Big Day Out

Inc. LA PEACH, Lucinda Livingstone and more.
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Published: 4:29 pm, August 05, 2019
Big Scary Monsters have signed up a few new names for this year's Big Day Out

Big Scary Monsters have signed up a few more names for this year's Big Day Out.

The latest batch of acts includes LA PEACH, Lucinda Livingstone, Pet Sematary, Wicketkeeper and Great Defeat.

They join the likes of Jamie Lenman, Woahnows, Orchards, Soeur, Itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Worry, and Toby Hayes, plus Milk Teeth (Oasis), The Winter Passing (Blur), Tellison, Nervus, The Winter Passing, Fresh, Delaire The Liar, Cheerbleederz, Katie Malco, and Anna’s Anchor.

The all-dayer will take place on Saturday 28th September at various East London venues. Tickets are on sale now, visit bsmrocks.com for more info.

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