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More acts have been announced for this summer's Florence + The Machine British Summer Time show

Blood Orange, Let's Eat Grandma and Aldous Harding lead a new batch of of additions.
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Published: 2:13 pm, March 15, 2019
More acts have been announced for this summer's Florence + The Machine British Summer Time show

More acts have been announced for this summer's Florence + The Machine show as part of London's British Summer Time series.

Blood Orange, Let's Eat Grandma and Aldous Harding lead a new batch of of additions alongside Marlon Williams and Goat Girl. They join the previously announced the National, Lykke Li, Khruangbin and Nadine Shah for the date, which takes place on Saturday 13th July in the capital's Hyde Park.

Other artists set to headline the series include Celine Dion on July 5, Barbra Streisand on July 7, Bob Dylan and Neil Young on July 12, and Robbie Williams on July 14. Tickets for all dates are on sale now.

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