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February 2021
Festivals

Catfish and the Bottlemen, Dream Wife, Friendly Fires and more have confirmed for this year’s Citadel

Tickets are on sale from Wednesday, 27th February.
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Published: 11:33 am, February 25, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Catfish and the Bottlemen, Dream Wife, Friendly Fires and more have confirmed for this year’s Citadel

Citadel has announced a load of acts for 2019’s festival.

Headlining the one-day event at Gunnersbury Park in London this summer will be Catfish and the Bottlemen, who release their new album ‘The Balance’ in April.

They’ll be joined by Rag’n’Bone Man, Friendly Fires, DMA’s, Dream Wife, Bear’s Den, Matt Corby, Honeyblood, Matthew and the Atlas, Banfi and loads more.

In addition, there will be Workouts and Wellbeing, the Sunday Papers Live, carnival parades, and independent fashion market, and all sorts of Sciencey fun from the Science Museum.

Citadel takes place on 14th July, pick up your tickets here from Wednesday 27th February.

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