Visions Festival announces latest line-up additions

Acts including Sophie and Alvvays join Andrew WK and The Fat White Family on line-up

Visions Festival announces latest line-up additions

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Dirty Beaches and Alvvays are among the latest artists added to the line-up for London's Visions Festival in August.

The all day event has added a host of new acts to its line-up today (June 18) including Sophie, Alice Boman and Jaakko Eino Kalevi. Moon Gangs, IYES, Boneyards, Flamingods and Songhoy Blues are also new additions.

These artists will join previously announced acts Poliça, Andrew WK, The Fat White Family, Perfect Pussy (pictured right) and Eagulls on the bill. See below to see a full list of all bands and artists performing at Visions.

The multi-venue festival will take place across Oval Space, The Laundry, London Fields Brewhouse and New Empowering Church. Netil House Rooftop will also be used, complete with a rum shack, BBQ and hot tubs.

Tickets are still available, priced at £25, and are available via the Visions website.

Artists playing Visions Festival are:

Alice Boman
Alvvays
Andrew WK
Arabrot Lower
Boneyards
Deptford Goth
Dirty Beaches
Eagulls
Eleanor Freidberger
Eyedress
Flamingods
Flamingods x Boneyards
IYES
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
Jacco Gardner
Josef Salvat
Kiran Leonard
Moon Gangs
Perfect Pussy
Perfume Genius
Poliça
Rainer
Songhoy Blues
Sophie
The Fat White Family
The Range
Trust
Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats
Young Fathers
Yumi Zouma



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