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February 2020
Festivals

Easy Life and Drug Store Romeos are among the first names for Dot to Dot

The event will take place in May.
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Published: 10:59 am, January 09, 2020 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Easy Life and Drug Store Romeos are among the first names for Dot to Dot

Easy Life (pictured) and Drug Store Romeos are among the first names for Dot to Dot.

The festival will take place in Manchester (Friday 22nd May), Bristol (Saturday 22nd May), and Nottingham (Sunday 24th May), and will this year be celebrating its 15th anniversary.

Dot To Dot organiser and Director of Live at DHP Family, Dan Ealam says: “We can’t wait to celebrate the festival’s 15th birthday with some of the most exciting acts from across the world. 

"It’s extra special having Easy Life along to headline after gracing some of the festival’s smaller stages in recent years and we’re excited to mix up the programming to keep the festival moving forward for another 15 years! 

"There’s plenty more acts to be announced as we build up to our birthday and some surprises tool”

Also on the bill, are Steam Down, Skinny Living, Alexandra Savior, Chartreuse, Gracey, Taylor Janzen, Pist Idiots, Aaron Smith, and Spacey Jane.

Easy Life and Drug Store Romeos are among the first names for Dot to Dot

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