Get your summer fix of indie music at London’s Finsbury Park, this Sunday.
After two successful years, Community Festival returns on Sunday 30 June at London’s Finsbury Park, bringing together some of the best and upcoming indie names. Headlining this year’s festival are The Kooks, who first hit the scene back in 2006 with their hit single Naive. More recently the band from Portsmouth released their album Let’s Go Sunshine, which made the top 10 in the album charts in September 2018.
Frontman Luke Pritchard said, “It’ll be 15 years since we first formed as a band next year, and I can’t think of any better way to celebrate than headlining our biggest show to date at Community 2019. It’s been an incredible journey that’s taken us around the world, playing to so many of you and changing our lives completely – we can’t wait to have the biggest party of the summer. See you there x”
The line-up also includes northern lads Blossoms, who have become favourites thanks to their catchy singles, which include Charlemagne, Honey Sweet, There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls), as well as the Amazons, Don Broco, The Hunna, Kate Nash, Gerry Cinnamon, Sea Girls and more.
Tickets are priced at £40, plus booking fees and are available to buy here.
For the full line-up and more information, please visit the Community Festival website.