Dot To Dot Festival announce first wave of acts for 2020Posted on: 09 Jan 2020
Bristol’s multi-venue music festival, Dot To Dot, has announced the first wave of acts for its 2020 event.
Set to return on Saturday 23 May, Dot To Dot has announced that Easy Life will head up its 2020 line-up.
Taking place on the May Bank Holiday weekend, the all-dayer festival line-up will also visit Manchester and Nottingham across the Bank Holiday weekend, celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Tickets for Dot To Dot 2020 are on sale now. Get yours here.
Who’s playing at Dot To Dot 2020?
Leicester five-piece Easy Life will head up this year’s festival. Named as runners-up in the BBC Sounds 2020 music poll, the outfit’s sound takes a multi-genre approach.
They’ve performed at Coachella, enjoyed sold-out tours and performed on Later… with Jools Holland.
As well as Easy Life, Dot To Dot 2020 welcomes its very first jazz stage, featuring South London group Steam Down.
A South-East London artist collective, weekly event and music community, South Down was founded in 2017. Since, they've become integral in London's jazz scene, achieving two Jazz FM awards including Live Experience of the Year Award sponsored by Yamaha UK featuring Kamasi Washington.
Acoustic soul outfit Skinny Living, recent support act for Bombay Bicycle Club, Chartreuse and Fleet’s dream pop/trip-hop trio Drug Store Romeos are also among the first wave of artists announced this morning.
• FIRST WAVE OF D2D ARTISTS •— Dot To Dot Bristol (@d2dbristol) January 9, 2020
We're so excited to reveal the first wave of artists playing at @d2dbristol 2020!
EASY LIFE • STEAM DOWN • SKINNY LIVING • ALEXANDRA SAVIOR • CHARTREUSE & MANY MORE!
Tickets are £15+ booking fee, get yours here: https://t.co/v96PSD7nBb pic.twitter.com/cMLIh8scZx
To see the full line-up, visit the Dot To Dot website.
With more acts yet to be announced, Dot To Dot will take over venues across the city on Saturday 23 May. Tickets for the festival are on sale now, costing £15. Get yours here.
Photos: Ash Harnett
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