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September 2019
Festivals

James Blake, Years and Years, Tove Lo and new headliner Post Malone have joined Sziget Festival

Twenty One Pilots and The 1975 are among this year's headliners.
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Published: 11:51 am, February 12, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
James Blake, Years and Years, Tove Lo and new headliner Post Malone have joined Sziget Festival

Sziget Festival has announced a few new names for this summer’s festival.

Post Malone will join previously confirmed headliners Ed Sheeran, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters, Twenty One Pilots, The 1975 and Martin Garrix at the top of the bill.

Also new to the line-up, are James Blake, Franz Ferdinand, Tove Lo, Years & Years, Richie Hawtin CLOSER, IAMDDB, Masego, Razorlight, Yeasayer and more.

The full list of new names reads:

Post Malone
Franz Ferdinand
James Blake
Years & Years
Tove Lo
Razorlight
Son Lux
Richie Hawtin CLOSER
Jain
Yeasayer
Yellow Days
Tove Styrke
Masego
IAMDDB
Protoje & The Indiggnation
Xavier Rudd
Wanda
W&W
Vini Vici
Carnage
Sigala
Hucci
Elderbrook
Roosevelt
Anna of The North
Fakear
Valeras
Welshly Arms

Sziget will take place in Budapest, Hungary from 7th-13th August.

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