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May 2019
Festivals

Y Not has announced Foals, Wolf Alice, IDLES and more for 2019’s festival

Elbow and Two Door Cinema Club will also headline. 
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Published: 6:00 pm, February 06, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Y Not has announced Foals, Wolf Alice, IDLES and more for 2019’s festival

Y Not has announced its first batch of bands for 2019, including all three headliners.

Topping the bill at this summer’s event will be Elbow, Two Door Cinema Club and Foals.

Also playing, are Wolf Alice, IDLES, Franz Ferdinand, Rat Boy, Kate Nash, You Me At Six, Happy Mondays, White Lies, Gerry Cinnamon, Fontaines D.C., Sea Girls, Ten Tonnes, Pip Blom, The Hunna, Professor Green, Sports Team, Demob Happy, Indoor Pets and more.

Y Not organisers say: “After an amazing 2018 festival, we’re so happy to have a 2019 line-up bursting at the seams. We’ve got a huge mix of new and old faces to the Derbyshire Dales, with massive returns from classic bands such as White Lies, plus the huge welcomes to the UK’s hottest emerging stars like Idles and Mahalia. Not forgetting three huge headliners.”

Y Not will take place in Pikehall, Derbyshire from 25th-28th July.

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