The line-up have been announced for the twin sister 3-stage non-camping festivals Common People, which will take place over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend of Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May 2018 on Southampton Common in Hampshire and Oxford's South Park, on the same weekend.
Both sites will host a 'Disco Day' headlined by The Jacksons, and also featuring New Power Generation, Sparks, Boney M, and more. The other day features different acts at the different locations at the top of the bill with Lily Allen, and James in Southampton, and James, and Ride in Oxford.
The new Carnival Stage will have the sounds of DJ Yoda, a $hit Disco takeover with HAAi & more, Fred V & Grafix, Holy Goof, Barely Legal and more in Southampton, while at Oxford there's General Levy, Fred V & Grafix, Craig Charles, anda Simple takeover with Willow, Em Williams, James Weston, Rodney P & Skitz and more.
Underground players and rock action on the Uncommon Stage hosted by The Joiners in Southampton has sets from Dream Wife, Demob Happy, Pale Seas, The Rising, Ben Goddard and many more, while Oxford’s Uncommon Stage hosted by Nightshift will see Deadbeat Apostles, Inner Peace Records, Tiger Mendoza, The August List, and many more.
For all of the Southampton details including day & stage splits where available please see the Southampton line-up page.
For all of the Oxford details including day & stage splits where available please see the Oxford line-up page.
Rob da Bank says: “It’s been quite some ride putting together the Common People line ups for 2018. We love Southampton Common and South Park in Oxford, they’ve become two of our favourite places to throw a party... this year will be super special with none other than Lily Allen in Southampton and legendary Oxford band Ride coming back to South Park. Co-headliners James are the cherry on the cake. Our Disco Day also promises to be super funky with The Jacksons bringing their disco and soul classics, but my personal highlight has to be Prince’s unbeatable backing band The New Power Generation coming over from the States for a one-off weekend with us. We couldn’t get Prince but we will have all the hits. Add in all the local bands and DJs and a real focus on family fun and entertainment and I promise you a magical May weekend awaits”.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult weekend: £57.50
student weekend: £52.50
aged 5-17 weekend: £36
under-5s weekend: free but needs ticket
adult day: £30
student day: £27.50
aged 5-17 day: £18.75
under-5s day: free but needs ticket
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