Y Not Festival unveils massive line-up for 2018
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Y Not Festival have announced a huge wave of acts for its 2018 event, with The Libertines, Catfish and The Bottlemen and Jamiroquai the headliners.

The festival, which will be held at Aston Hill Farm in Pikehall in Derbyshire, will this year take place from July 26-29.

This evening (February 6) has seen Y Not confirm their three headliners for 2018. The Libertines will top the bill on the first night of the festival (July 27), with Catfish set to headline on the Saturday (July 28). Jamiroquai’s headline set to close the festival on July 29, meanwhile, will be a UK festival exclusive for 2018.


Elsewhere on the bill, the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Kaiser Chiefs and The Levellers will also grace Y Not across the weekend. Pale Waves, Shame and Tom Grennan are among the new and emerging acts that will be looking to take the festival by storm in July.

Tickets are on sale for Y Not Festival 2018 now, which you can get here.

See the full list of confirmed acts for Y Not Festival 2018 below.

The Libertines Catfish and the Bottlemen Jamiroquai Kaiser Chiefs Manic Street Preachers Seasick Steve The Levellers Circa Waves The Amazons Fat White Family Buzzcocks Moose Blood Mallory Knox The Sherlocks Tom Grennan Shame Coasts Mr Motivator DJ Luck & MC Neat Tom Walker Pale Waves Lucy Spraggan Jaws Sam Fender The Lancashire Hotpots Turbowolf King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys The Orielles Mullally Everly Pregnant Brothers King No One WhenYoung Dead! Bloody Knees

Speaking about Y Not 2018, festival organiser Simon Mawbey said: “We’re so happy to be back with our biggest line up to date. There are a lot of changes and improvements being made to make sure the festival is the best it’s ever been in 13 years and I’m excited that we can come back stronger than ever.”

06/02/2018 21:00:09
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