D'Angelo, Plan B, Goldfrapp, Azealia Banks, Jurassic 5 for Lovebox festival – ticket details

The festival takes place July 19-21 in Victoria Park, London

D'Angelo, Plan B, Goldfrapp, Azealia Banks, Jurassic 5 for Lovebox festival – ticket details

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Plan B, Goldfrapp, Azealia Banks and Jurassic 5 are all set to play this summer's Lovebox in London's Victoria Park – and there's to be a rare appearance from soul singer D'Angelo too.

The festival will take place from July 19-21 and will also see appearances from Hurts, AlunaGeorge, Flying Lotus, Wiley, John Talabot, Gold Panda, Purity Ring, Disclosure, SBTRKT, Rudimental and a DJ set from Mark Ronson.

Azealia Banks, Flying Lotus, Rudimental and SBTRKT will perform on Friday July 19. "I can't wait to play Lovebox. I love UK crowds so it's going to be amazing to play a festival in London," commented Banks.

Plan B will head up the event on Saturday July 20, with support from AlunaGeorge. "Lovebox at Victoria Park! My home crowd of East London right on my doorstep – I can't wait," said Plan B of the event.

Goldfrapp and Hurts take to the stage on the final day of the festival, Sunday July 21.

Tickets start at £29.50. For more information, visit Mamacolive.com/lovebox

Last year saw the festival celebrate its 10th anniversary with sets from Grace Jones, Kelis, Friendly Fires and Lana Del Rey.

To check the availability of Lovebox tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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