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Tropical Fuck Storm and Self Esteem are topping Dork's stage at The Great Escape - here's the full line-up

Find us at Coalition on Friday 10th May.
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Published: 4:00 pm, April 11, 2019
Tropical Fuck Storm and Self Esteem are topping Dork's stage at The Great Escape - here's the full line-up

Hello! Today’s something of a festival hot spot - not only do we have our pretty-bloody-busy Live at Leeds takeover running all day, but it’s time to announce Dork’s stage for The Great Escape (9th-11th May), too.

We’re heading to the Brighton seaside next month for sun (maybe), chips (probably), and a stage packed with some of the buzziest acts of 2019 so far (definitely).

Taking over Coalition on Friday 10th May, we have top up-and-comers Wooze kicking things off (find a chat with them in the May issue of Dork, out tomorrow), followed by Lucia and Pip Blom. Then, heading up the bill you can find pop’s newest sensation Self Esteem and Aussie whirlwinds Tropical Fuck Storm.

The festival has also announced a few new names this afternoon, including Black Honey, Inhaler, King Nun, Izzie Gibbs, Pumarosa, Rosie Lowe, YAK and more.

Come find us at Coalition on Brighton seafront on Friday 10th May; head to greatescapefestival.com for tickets and stuff.

Tropical Fuck Storm and Self Esteem are topping Dork's stage at The Great Escape - here's the full line-up
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