More acts have been revealed for This is Tomorrow, which takes place in Exhibition Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne on the bank holiday weekend of Friday 24th to Sunday 26th May 2019.
Joining Sunday's headliner of Stereophonics will be Smiths icon Johnny Marr, and Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi, plus a support of Yonaka, Marsicans, Cattle & Cane, Maisie Peters, Plaza, Sick Joy, Mano McLaughlin, Rivet City, and Swears.
Meanwhile, added to Saturday headlined by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are Ride, plus Pip Blom, Inhaler, The Snuts, Lauran Hibberd, Baltic, Echolines, Hivemind, Social Room, Swine Tax, and The Noise & The Naive.
For all of the line-up details please see the line-up page.
Festival organiser, Steve Davis, said: "This is Tomorrow is all about pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We promised more heavyweight acts and we have delivered. We've been working on getting the Sunday line-up right for some time now, and having Stereophonics, Johnny Marr and Lewis on the same bill is unbelievable. We were around when Ride first broke back in the early 90s and we're delighted to add them to the Saturday leg alongside Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds."
Tickets are on-sale/priced as below:-
3-day ticket: £125
Friday & Saturday ticket: £79
Friday & Sunday ticket: £79
Saturday & Sunday ticket: £89
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