Love Saves the Day‘s last festival in Eastville Park in summer 2020 will feature a lineup including Orbital, Kano, Goldie, Fisher, Skream, Little Simz, Shy FX, Peggy Gou, My Nu Leng, Helena Hauff, Andy C and Roni Size.
Saturday headliners Orbital are giants of the electronic music scene and a seminal band in the history of UK dance music, with their legendary headline Glastonbury show in 1994 instrumental in bringing electronic rave music into the mainstream.
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On Sunday night, Kano will play Love Saves The Day out of Eastville Park for the final time. A pioneer of the British grime scene, and star of TV’s Top Boy, Kano sold out a groundbreaking show at the Royal Albert Hall in minutes in 2019 and plays at Bristol’s O2 Academy on February 2.
“It’s no secret that this will be our last year in Eastville – that cat is well and truly out of the bag!” said Tom Paine, co-founder of Love Saves The Day.
“We’ll be making a big announcement about the future of Love Saves very soon but in the meantime, we’re busy producing a festival Bristol will never forget.”
For tickets and more information, visit www.lovesavestheday.org.
Main photo courtesy of Kano
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