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Visions has confirmed the final few bands for 2019’s event, including Talk Show, Wooze and more

The all-dayer will take place on 3rd August across various venues in London Fields.
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Published: 5:41 pm, June 18, 2019
Visions has confirmed the final few bands for 2019’s event, including Talk Show, Wooze and more

Visions has confirmed the final few bands for 2019’s event, including Talk Show, Wooze and more.

Also new to the bill are: Orville Peck, Master Peace, Scalping, Zamilska, Free Love, Beshken, Katy J Pearson, Gold Star, Great Dad, Pregoblin, and Lazarus Kane.

They join: White Denim, Anna Meredith, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Iceage, Imarhan, Black Country New Road, Squid, Kedr Livanskiy, Shygirl and more.

The all-dayer will take place on 3rd August across various venues in London Fields.

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