Evolution add Tinie Tempah and five more

plus Fenech Soler, Two Door Cinema Club, Caribou + more

published: Mon 20th Dec 2010

Tinie Tempah

Saturday 28th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Spillers Wharf, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE8 2JR, England MAP
£35 for the weekend, or £25 for a day ticket
daily capacity: 33000
last updated: Wed 18th May 2011

Tinie Tempah, Fenech Soler, and Two Door Cinema Club lead the latest acts to be announced for next May's Newcastle's Evolution Music Festival.

Tinie Tempah
The mildly miffed breakout star of 2010, Tinie Tempah will appear on Sunday, and leads the latest new additions who are Fenech Soler, Two Door Cinema Club, and Detroit Social Club added to the Saturday line-up.

Caribou will headline the Baltic Stage on the Sunday, and Annie Mac will also appear on that day.

They join the previously announced headliners who will be Iggy & the Stooges on Saturday, and Plan B on Sunday. There's still a whole host of stuff to announce including the full line ups for the Ballast Hill stage and plenty more for Spillers and Baltic - these will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £35 for the weekend, or £25 for a day ticket.

To buy tickets, click here.

Evolution Music Festival returns over two days again, with a crowd of 60,000 expected over the weekend and culminating in the outdoor shows at Spiller's Wharf and Baltic Square on the Gateshead quayside on the Bank Holiday weekend, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May 2011.

Saturday 28th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Spillers Wharf, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE8 2JR, England MAP
£35 for the weekend, or £25 for a day ticket
daily capacity: 33000
last updated: Wed 18th May 2011


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