The second wave of acts due to play this year's Highest Point festival have been revealed.
Joining headliners Rudimental and Rag'n'Bone Man at Lancaster's Williamson Park from the 15th to 17th May will be rising UK rap star Ms Banks, 'Better Off Without You' singer-songwriter Becky Hill, and ragga legend General Levy.
Also added to the bill at Lancashire's largest music festival are Gentleman’s Dub Club, The Cuban Brothers, Lottery Winners, East End Dubs, The Lovely Eggs and plenty more (scroll the post below).
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It was revealed earlier this year that one of the biggest names in drum and bass, Wilkinson, would be joining the Friday lineup, as will veteran DJ and production trio 3D (Danny Howells, Darren Emerson and Dave Seaman), who make their first ever UK festival appearance.
Located in Lancaster’s 54-acre Williamson Park, beneath the iconic Ashton Memorial, Highest Point welcomed over 15,000 people in 2019 to see acts including The Zutons, Feeder, Grandmaster Flash and Sister Sledge.
With four stages, including a unique and atmospheric natural amphitheatre, over 100 acts are set to perform across the weekend, which includes The Big Family Day Out on Sunday 17th May.
Festival organisers will reveal yet more acts in the build-up to the festival, including the return of BBC Introducing and the Chris Glaba Memorial Stage.
Tickets to Highest Point are available below (however, 90% of tickets are gone so you'll need to move quickly)
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