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Faithless, Kelis And MK Complete Coombe Weekender Line Up

Thursday, 02 May 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The final acts have been confirmed for the Coombe Weekender.

A new addition to the festival calendar, the event takes place across two days among the historical grounds of Coventry's Coombe Abbey in August, promising a stellar line up of indie, rock, pop, funk and dance music to 20,000 people.

What? A new festival with a family-friendly atmosphere. Offstage entertainment will come from a food village, bars and day time activities, creating an event for people of all ages.

Where? Coombe Abbey, Coventry.

When? August 3-4.

Who? Completing the line up are Faithless — who will play a DJ set, Kelis and MK (Marc Kinchen). They join headliners the Libertines and Sigala, as well as Circa Waves, Crystal Waters, Crazy P, Tom Grennan, Reverend and the Makers, the Futureheads, Good Cop, Bad Cop, Toploader, the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show, Fleur East, Loyal, Joey Negro, Athens, Candid, BLVF, and many more. Check out the full line up below.

Tickets? Tickets start at £29.50 for the day and £70 for the weekend. Head here to get your Coombe Weekender tickets through Stereoboard.

Coombe Weekender Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat August 03 2019 - COVENTRY Coombe Abbey
Sun August 04 2019 - COVENTRY Coombe Abbey

Click here to compare & buy Coombe Weekender Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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