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April 2020
Festivals

A new two-day festival is launching in London this summer

Tracks will take place in June.
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Published: 3:44 pm, March 02, 2020
A new two-day festival is launching in London this summer

A new two-day festival is launching in London this summer.

Tracks will take place in Flat Iron Square from 6th-7th June, with acts confirmed so far including Fat White Family, Palace, Shura, Flyte and Another Sky.

The day-splits are as follows:

Saturday 6th June: Palace, Shura, Another Sky, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, Phoebe Green, Chartreuse, Wunderhorse, GHUM, Louis Dunford, Holly Humberstone
Sunday 7th June:
Fat White Family, Flyte, Matt Maltese, Caro, IMOGEN

There will also be comedy from Rachel Parris, Ahir Shah, Bec Hill, Crybabies: Danger Brigade, and Pierre Novellie. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Thursday 5th March, from TRACKSfestival.com.

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