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The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, England Announces Initial Lineup

Grimes, Perfume Genius, When Saints Go Machine, Com Truise, Django Django, Friends, Zulu Winter, and others to Perform

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Britain’s Great Escape Festival, what most in the music biz consider to be Europe’s equivalent to SXSW, has announced its initial lineup of artists who will be performing across 30 venues in Brighton this May. With previous rising artists to play past Great Escapes including Mumford and Sons, Bon Iver, and Adele, this year’s talent includes the likes of up-and-coming names such as Friends, Django Django, Perfume Genius, Com Truise, When Saints Go Machine, Grimes, Zulu Winter, and many others. You can check out the full lineup thus far below. The Great Escape Festival is scheduled to take place from May 10-12, with tickets available for purchase here.


Africa Express Sound System**/ Dry The River / Spector / We Are the Ocean / Friends / Howler / Zulu Winter / Grimes / DZ Deathrays / Nils Frahm / A Winged Victory For The Sullen / Jamie N Commons / Django Django / Eagulls / Perfume Genius / Com Truise / ? (Alt-J) / When Saints Go Machine / Sonic Boom Six / François And The Atlas Mountains / Bos Angeles / Young Dreams / Doldrums / Weird Dreams / Young Magic / The British Expeditionary Force / Max Cooper / Jinja Safari / College, Graphics / Slow Down, Molasses / Mojo Fury / Mallory Knox / Hawk Eyes / Peace / Yukon Blonde / Emma Louise / Juveniles / Binary / Sing Tank / The Soft / Karlmarx / Inland Sea / Half Moon Run / Owlle / Princess Chelsea / Mesparrow / Stranded Horse / Avalanche City / Trust / The Darcys / Jordan Cook



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