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April 2020
Festivals

Supergrass are going to headline this year's Splendour

Splendour takes place on 18th July in Nottingham.
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Published: 12:03 pm, February 03, 2020
Supergrass are going to headline this year's Splendour

Supergrass are going to headline this year's Splendour.

Joining them at the Wollaton Park, Nottingham event will be James and Belinda Carlisle, with plenty more names still to be announced.

George Akins, DHP Family owner, says: “As one of the biggest and best festivals in the East Midlands, each year thousands of people await the exciting news of who will feature in the line-up.

"We’re over the moon to welcome Supergrass and international superstar Belinda Carlisle to Splendour for the first time ever, plus James returns with what will no doubt be an epic set. With last year’s event selling out in record time, don’t hesitate in purchasing your ticket.”

Splendour takes place on 18th July; visit splendourfestival.com for more information.

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