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June 2019
Festivals

Helsinki's Flow Festival has signed up James Blake, Erykah Badu and more

They join Cardi B, Blood Orange and Tove Lo, amongst others.
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Published: 4:10 pm, March 11, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Helsinki's Flow Festival has signed up James Blake, Erykah Badu and more

Flow Festival has announced a few new artists for this summer’s festival.

New to the line-up are Erykah Badu, James Blake (pictured), Khruangbin and Big Thief. They join Cardi B, Blood Orange and Tove Lo, with Earl Sweatshirt, Neneh Cherry, slowthai, Pharoah Sanders Quartet, Leroy Burgess, Nitzer Ebb and Pond on the bill too.

The full bill currently looks like this:

Friday 9th August
Cardi B, Erykah Badu, Earl Sweatshirt, Neneh Cherry, slowthai, Nitzer Ebb, Leroy Burgess Full Band, Makaya McCraven, Donato Dozzy, Dj Python (live), Eva Geist (live), Ash Lauryn, CCL, Denzel & J.lindroos, Ville Valo & Agents, Pyhimys - Neljä vuodenaikaa: Kesä, Katakombi, Maustetytöt and IBE

Saturday 10th August
Tame Impala, Robyn, Blood Orange, Pond, Yves Tumor, Amnesia Scanner, The Black Madonna, Juliana Huxtable, Dream 2 Science (live), Carista, Katerina b2b Linda Lazarov, Yu Chuan, Astrid Swan & Stina Koistinen feat. Owen Pallett, Gasellit, Ruusut, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Sofa, Bizi, F & SITOI, Jesse Markin and Henrik!

Sunday 11th August
The Cure, James Blake, Father John Misty, Tove Lo, Modeselektor (live), Mitski, Cupcakke, Pharoah Sanders Quartet, Stereolab, Khruangbin, Nina Kraviz, Baba Stiltz, K-Hand, Yeboyah, D.Tiffany, J. Karjalainen, Iisa and The Hol

Flow will take place from 9th–11th August in Helsinki's Suvilahti.

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