Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring Pale Waves, Arlo Parks, Goat Girl, Black Honey and more.
Order a copy
February 2021
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.
Sign up or log in to follow artists
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

Give all this a try

Goat Girl: "It's quite post-apocalyptic"
Feature

Goat Girl: "It's quite post-apocalyptic"

Cult London faves Goat Girl are taking on the world with their much-anticipated second album, 'On All Fours'.
Introducing the new issue of Dork, featuring cover stars Pale Waves!
New issue

Introducing the new issue of Dork, featuring cover stars Pale Waves!

There's also Arlo Parks, Goat Girl, Black Honey, Shame and loads, loads more too.
Billie Eilish and Rosalía have finally dropped their much-anticipated collab, 'Lo Vas A Olvidar'
Watch

Billie Eilish and Rosalía have finally dropped their much-anticipated collab, 'Lo Vas A Olvidar'

It's set to feature on a special episode of the show Euphoria, set to air this weekend (Sunday 24th January).
Pixey: “While the world was falling apart, mine was coming together”
Feature

Pixey: “While the world was falling apart, mine was coming together”

Chess Club Records’ latest signee Pixey is among a long list of hugely talented artists, and she herself is certainly not one to let that reputation down.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing