image Lovebox 2016 gets biggest line-up ever

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Lovebox 2016

This year’s headliners for Lovebox, LCD Soundsystem and Major Lazer, have already made this London based festival very exciting with their presence. And with the announcement this morning of new acts coming to the festival, you’ll want to book your tickets now before its too late.

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Lovebox 2016

The Friday promises to be a day not to be missed with Major Lazer headlining the slot. But will we be seeing some collaboration happen on the night? The Danish pop singer, MØ, has joined the Friday line up. Does that mean we’ll be seeing the hit of 2015, ‘Lean On’ being played.

If you’re looking for a bit more dancing music and a bit of Reggae, then make your way over to see Chronixx, who has revived Reggae back to the music seen. Stormzy represents the UK grime scene alongside Big Narstie and Kano. And DC’s rising star Goldlink takes it smooth and steady with an R&B edge.

The second day also promises some huge acts especially from the London scene.

Jack Garratt, the winner of the BBC Sound of 2016, will be doing his round at this year’s festival with his amazing R&B. Young up and comer Jamie Woon will be filling the air with his trip hop, neo-soul music. And Jungle will make their first appearance of the festival with their modern collective before LCD Soundsystem close the festival.

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Lovebox 2016

Over the two days, Fabric London nightclub will be making their grand debut to the festival scene, taking the festival into the early morning.

More acts still to come for the festival. Make sure you get your tickets before its too late.

Lovebox takes place in Victoria Park on the 15-16 July http://loveboxfestival.com/

Fred Scott

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