Lovebox Adds Kano to Line Up

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To celebrate 15 years of music, 15 years of good vibes and 15 years of love, Lovebox have added Kano to the line up which already features Frank Ocean & Solange.

Full Line up:

FRIDAY

MAIN STAGE

Frank Ocean / Jamie xx / Mac Miller / Rag’n’Bone Man / Rüfüs / Sälen

NOISEY

Solange / Sampha / Kaytranada / Ray BLK / Mick Jenkins / Rex Orange County / The Fedz / Raheem Bakaré / Noisey DJs

FABRIC

Seth Troxler / Bicep / KiNK (Live) / Hammer / Terry Francis

TRANSISTOR HOSTED BY ABODE

Eats Everything / wAFF / Jack Swift / Will Taylor B2B GW Harrison / Ellie Cocks B2B Jimmy Switch / Artikal B2B Lindsey Matthews

CORONA SUNSETS

Gerd Janson / Fort Romeau / DJ Jazzy Jeff / Joe Goddard / Bobby Pleasure / Mr M / Marshmello / Hot Blood

SOULECTION AT THE KOPPARBERG URBAN FOREST

Joe Kay / Jarreau Vandal / Hannah Faith / Andre Power / The Whooligan

SATURDAY

MAIN STAGE

Chase & Status (Live) / Jess Glynne / Annie Mac / DJ EZ / Kano / Anne-Marie / Raye / Club Drive

NOISEY

Andy C / Kurupt FM / Mist / AJ Tracey / XL Recordings Presents New Gen & Friends / Klose One / Noisey DJs

FABRIC

Ricardo Villalobos / Dixon / Mike Servito / Craig Richards

TRANSISTOR

Jamie Jones / Kölsch (DJ set) / Richy Ahmed / Solardo / Jesse Rose / Lewis Boardman

CORONA SUNSETS

Late Nite Tuff Guy / Horse Meat Disco / Norman Jay MBE / Dr Packer / Pete Herbert / Wayne Holland / Guy Williams / Vilma Rae

WORK IT AT THE KOPPARBERG URBAN FOREST

Jazzie B / The Dreem Teem / Work It Girls / Siobhan Bell / BORN n BREAD

Find out more: loveboxfestival.com

 

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