A few more acts have been added to 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 the Sunday line-up of Stereophonics, Johnny Marr, Lewis Capaldi, Yonaka, and more, are UK indie icons Embrace.
Present on both the Saturday and the Sunday will be the BBC Music Introducing in the North East Stage, featuring some of the UK's leading emerging musical lights such as the abrasive Tyneside post punk rock trio Swine Tax, Sunderland's Social Room, and Hartlepool's sprightly indie popsters Para Alta.
Steve Davis of organisers SSD Concerts said: "We couldn't be more proud of this line-up and we're super confident that this will be the biggest and best live music event the city and the region has ever witnessed. We promised diversity, inclusivity and an event that pushed all boundaries, and This is Tomorrow, we think, does all of that. Tickets for Saturday are all but sold out now and the last remaining tickets for all days are running out fast. So people really need to think quick if they want to join the party!"
The event will see Foals take centre stage on Friday 24th May, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds on Saturday 25th May and Stereophonics on Sunday 26th May. For all of the line-up details please see the line-up page.
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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