The Horrors to headline Dot to Dot 2018

plus Dermot Kennedy, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman, Mahalia, Bad Sounds, & more

By Mike Marshall | Published: Thu 1st Mar 2018

The Horrors

Saturday 26th May 2018
various venues, Bristol, City of Bristol, BS1 5NA, England MAP
Daily capacity: 3,000
Last updated: Thu 10th May 2018

The Horrors have been revealed as the headliner for Dot-To-Dot Festival, which takes place on consecutive days at Various Venues in Manchester, Bristol, and Nottingham, on Friday 25th, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May respectively.

Also confirmed for the touring festival are:- Dermot Kennedy, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman, Mahalia, Turnover, Bad Sounds, Gus Dapperton, The Regrettes, Cassia, Adam French, aka George, Arlo, Bexey, Bully, Connie Constance, Cuckoolander, Daniel Alexander, Daniel Docherty, Devon, Easy Life, George Glew, Grand Pax, Haiku Hands, Helena Deland, Kawala, Kyle Craft, Lion, Malena Zavela, Men I Trust, Noah Kahan, Our Girl, Peter Oren, Puma Blue, Shadowparty, Skeggs, Soham De, Sports Team, The Kite String Tangle, Mysterines, The Snuts, and Winston Surfshirt.

Dot-To-Dot organiser Anton Lockwood commented on the announcement:

“We’re delighted to welcome The Horrors to headline 2018’s Dot To Dot Festival. Over the course of 5 albums their relentless creativity has produced some of the best music the UK has to offer, and it’s great to have them at the UK’s most forward-thinking city festival.  Beyond The Horrors, really the festival is about new music, and our other two main headliners are new artists destined for huge things. Pale Waves and Dermot Kennedy are both rising fast and we’re very excited to bring them to you just as they reach a wider audience. Of course, as befits an event that last year was recognised as the Best Festival for Emerging Talent, we also have an array of the finest brand new artists which will be announced very soon.  We’ve seen many artists go on to huge success after playing at D2D and we can’t wait to see what this year’s bunch will go on to achieve!”

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Early bird tickets, which give access to the entire bill across all the venues, in each respective city, are priced at £13.

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