D’Angelo, A$AP Rocky and Father John Misty have all been added to the Open’er Festival line-up.
The event marks D’Angelo’s first confirmed European festival appearance of the summer. Now in its 12th year, Open’er will take place between July 1-4, at Gdynia’s Babie Doly Military Airport, Poland, with headline sets from Mumford & Sons and Kasabian. Other acts playing include Modest Mouse, Django Django, Faithless, Of Monsters And Men, Refused, and Major Lazer.
St Vincent, Alt-J, Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, Hozier, Flume, Tom Odell, Swans, Eagles Of Death Metal, Jose Gonzalez and The Dumplings will also play the event.
Tickets are available from the Open’er Festival website now, with a four-day ticket with camping costing €150 (£113).
In the past, Open’er festival has seen performances from Pearl Jam, Faith No More, Jack White, Blur and Arctic Monkeys, among others. Last summer, The Black Keys said Open’er had “10 times the energy” of Glastonbury after headlining the Polish event, a sentiment echoed by Alana Haim, who told the Open’er crowd: “We’ve been on tour for two years and this is the craziest crowd I’ve ever seen.”
Mumford & Sons have also been announced as one of the headliners for Reading And Leeds Festivals. It was previously revealed that the band were in the studio with Arctic Monkeys and Haim producer James Ford. A source close to the band said: “It’s very early days yet, but the sessions have been going well.”
Open’er will mark Modest Mouse’s first European concert since 2010.