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The festival celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, bringing a massive bill to Victoria Park between Friday 14th and Saturday 15th July.

28th Mar 2017

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East London festival Lovebox 2017 has unveiled the full stage splits for its glorious weekend of music, which takes place at Victoria Park between Friday 14th and Saturday 15th July.

Celebrating their 15th anniversary this year, Lovebox has called upon the services of a bumper Lovebox line-up which has been bolstered by the addition of grime don KanoHot Chip man Joe Goddard and more.

Topping the bill on the main stage on the Friday night is velvet-voiced superstar Frank Ocean, while the likes of Jamie xx, Mac Miller and Rag'n'Bone Man also feature throughout the opening day. Come the Saturday, Chase & Status are in line for a headline slot on the main stage with Jess Glynne, Annie Mac and the aforementioned Kano on the same bill.

The Noisey stage hosts performances from Solange, Sampha, Kaytranada and more on the opening day while the likes of Andy C, Kurupt FM and AJ Tracey will hold court on a bass heavy Saturday showing.

There's massive slots for Seth Troxler, Bicep, KiNK and more on day one over at the Fabric stage while day two sees almighty shows from Ricardo Villalobos, Dixon, Craig Richards and more on the second day. Also performing on a host of stages across the weekend are the likes of Eats Everything, Jamie JonesKölsch (DJ set), Richy Ahmed and more.

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