Love Saves The Day finally announces its 2020 line-up

Bristol music festival Love Saves The Day has finally announced its 2020 line-up, including Kano, Orbital, Andy C, Roni Size and Goldie.

After months of speculation – and increasingly frustrating social media teasers – the organisers of cult Bristol music festival, Loves Saves The Day, have finally confirmed its 2020 line-up.

On the Saturday, Orbital will be headlining, with other names including DJ EZ / Gorgon City, Young T & Bugsey, Fisher, Skream and Folamour, Shy FX / M Huncho and Flava D.

While Kano will be headlining on the Sunday, with Little Simz, Ghetts / My Nu Leng and Dread MC, Peggy Gou / DJ Harvey, Andy C, Roni Size and Goldie.

It is the fifth and final year that Loves Saves The Day will be held at its Eastville Park home, before moving to a new Bristol venue in 2021.

The two-day Bristol music festival is a popular draw for Gloucestershire music fans, with those making the journey down the M5 already treated to sets from the likes of former local resident Lilly Allen, Stormzy, Fatboy Slim, Dizzee Rascal, Four Tet, Jessie Ware, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Skepta, Bonobo, and Andy C.

Loves Saves The Day will take place on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 May 2020, from 12pm to 11pm. Tickets are on sale now, costing from £49.95 a day.

Visit seetickets.com/lovesavestheday for more information and to book tickets.

© SoGlos
Thursday 30 January 2020

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