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June 2020
Festivals

Bombay Bicycle Club, Royal Blood, Pale Waves and more are playing this summer's Y Not

Sundara Karma and Dream Wife are also on the bill.
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Published: 12:44 pm, February 04, 2020
Bombay Bicycle Club, Royal Blood, Pale Waves and more are playing this summer's Y Not

Bombay Bicycle Club, Royal Blood (Saturday headliner), Pale Waves and more are playing this summer's Y Not Festival.

Also among the latest names, are Richard Ashcroft (Sunday headliner), Rag n Bone Man, Sundara Karma, The Futureheads, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Dream State, The Amazons, Jade Bird, Dream Wife, and SPINN.

The event's organisers say: "It’s officially Y Not time again! Each year, we have found that the atmosphere and line-ups have continued to get bigger and better. This year is hands down going to be one for the books - see you there.”

Y Not will take place from 24th-26th July at Pikehall, Derbyshire. Thursday and Friday headliners are still be too announced.

Bombay Bicycle Club, Royal Blood, Pale Waves and more are playing this summer's Y Not

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