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April 2020
Festivals

Long Division has announced a second wave of artists for 2020

The new list is led by The Unthanks, and also features Roddy Woomble, Peggy Sue, Mush and more.
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Published: 10:00 am, March 11, 2020
Long Division has announced a second wave of artists for 2020

Award-winning Wakefield based cultural festival Long Division has announced a second wave of artists for 2020.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary between 4th and 7th June, the new list is led by The Unthanks, and also features Roddy Woomble, Peggy Sue, Mush and more.

They join a bill including the likes of The Futureheads, Beardyman, The Lovely Eggs, Lanterns On The Lake, She Drew The Gun, Big Joanie, Brix & The Extricated and many more.

“I see Long Division like this great big mixtape," explains the festival's Dean Freeman. "Some festivals just focus on one thing - and that probably makes some kind of financial sense - but we love all music. We love how it can bring people together, how it can inspire them and how it makes our home city feel special. Walking around Wakefield during Long Division, you will see and hear so much. You'll find your new favourite band; you'll catch up with someone great you've not seen for a while and you'll also be to support the grassroots. That's essential and it's why we do what we do.”

Tickets for Long Division 2020 are on sale now. You can grab them here, and check out everything going on in the poster below.

Long Division has announced a second wave of artists for 2020

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