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Desertfest Confirm Sleep As 2017 Headliner

Thursday, 08 December 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

Sleep will headline London's Roundhouse as part of next year's Desertfest.

Also confirmed for the line up are Turbonegro, Slo Burn, Candlemass, Lowrider, Black Spiders, Samsara Blues Experiment, the Picturebooks, Satan's Satyrs, 1000Mods, Yuri Gagarin, Vodun, Pigsx7, the Well, Mammoth Storm, Stubb, Wucan, Venimous Maximus, Elephant Tree and Grave Lines.

The event will take over multiple venues in Camden Town, London between April 28 and 30. Weekend tickets are on sale now, priced at £100 plus fees.

Desertfest Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri April 28 2017 - LONDON Various Venues
Sat April 29 2017 - LONDON Various Venues
Sun April 30 2017 - LONDON Various Venues

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