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September 2019
Festivals

Bombay Bicycle Club are playing a UK exclusive festival set at Wilderness 2019

Robyn's also along for an 'only one place you're gonna see this at a UK festival this year' performance.
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Published: 10:25 am, February 19, 2019
Bombay Bicycle Club are playing a UK exclusive festival set at Wilderness 2019

You may remember not so long ago, Bombay Bicycle Club announced they were back (! Back!! Back!!!). Now, we know somewhere we'll be able to see their big return.

The most indie-tastic of four pieces are set to play a UK festival exclusive set at this year's Wilderness after a four year hiatus. They'll be joined by Robyn (playing another exclusive UK festival set), Tom Grennan, Freya Ridings, George Fitzgerald, Ólafur Arnalds and a bunch more between 1st and 4th August at Oxfordshire's Cornbury Park.

Elsewhere on the bill there's also Soak, Kawala, Low Island, Groove Armada, Tom Odell and 'more'.

Tickets for Wilderness 2019 are on sale now.

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