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February 2020
Festivals

Slaves have curated the main stage line-up for this year’s Wheels and Fins Festival

The event will take place from 7th-8th September at Joss Bay Beach in Kent.
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Published: 10:35 pm, June 19, 2019
Slaves have curated the main stage line-up for this year’s Wheels and Fins Festival

Slaves have curated the main stage line-up for this year’s Wheels and Fins Festival.

The band’s takeover takes place on Saturday 7th September, with hand-picked sets from Slaves themselves, Willie J Healey, Lady Bird, Queen Zee, Para Fiction, Hockeysmith, FEET, MarthaGunn and Ditz.

Wheels and Fins founder Dave Melmoth says: “Having Slaves involved was a total no brainer for us. With the success of The Libertines curating the lineup in 2018, we needed something energetic, credible and in your face - and there’s no denying that Slaves are that band. Personally, I love a bit of punk plus these dudes are from Kent so they’re the perfect fit for the festival - it’ll be sick to see them rock out on home turf. Watch out for this one, it’s going to go off!”

The event will take place from 7th-8th September at Joss Bay Beach in Kent.

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