Noel Gallagher and Supergrass announced as Bristol Sounds 2020 headliners

The outdoor concert series will also welcome headline performances from the Levellers and Jack Savoretti in June

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Supergrass have been named among the headliners for Bristol Sounds 2020.

The outdoor concert series will return to the city’s Harbourside from June 23-28 next year following a successful 2019 season, which saw performances from the likes of Bloc Party, Elbow and The Cinematic Orchestra.

Bristol Sounds have this morning (November 25) confirmed their first set of headliners for their 2020 event, which will again take place at Canons Marsh Amphitheatre in the centre of Bristol. Gallagher will perform on June 24 with support from Confidence Man, while the recently reunited Supergrass will headline on the following night (June 25).


The Levellers are curating and headlining their own ‘A Beautiful Day Out’ gig on June 27, while Jack Savoretti will close Bristol Sounds on June 28 with a headline performance. You can see today’s line-up announcement below.

JUST ANNOUNCED 📣 We're returning to Lloyds Amphitheatre from 23– 28 June, with headliners Noel Gallagher, Supergrass,…

Posted by Bristol Sounds on Monday, November 25, 2019

Further acts and headliners are set to be confirmed in the coming weeks and months.

Tickets for the four announced gigs go on sale this Friday (November 29) at 9am.

Last week, Gallagher shared the official video for the High Flying Birds song ‘Wandering Star’. The festive clip features This Is England and The Irishman star Stephen Graham, while the song itself is part of the band’s upcoming EP ‘Blue Moon Rising’.


Back in September, Supergrass played their first London show in over a decade: read the NME review of the gig here.


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