Visions Festival announces final line-up additions including Loraine James and Tony Njoku

The East London one-dayer returns next month

Visions Festival has announced its final list of acts ahead of next month’s edition of the East London one-dayer.

Acclaimed electronic musician Loraine James will headline the event’s Canvas stage, where Oxford quartet Low Island will also play earlier in the evening.

Also new to the line-up are North London pop newcomer Joviale, and producer Tony Njoku. They join the likes of Flohio, Billy Nomates, and headliners Porridge Radio already announced for the event, which takes place across three sites around Hackney’s The Oval on August 7.


The 2021 edition of Visions Festival is the first for two years following the coronavirus pandemic. Reviewing the 2019 one-dayer, NME‘s Will Richards described the festival as a “melee of razor-sharp, high-intensity guitar music.”

In addition to the final line-up announcement, Visions has also shared full stage time information for the event, which you can see below.

A pre-show party has also been announced for August 6 at the nearby venue Paper Dress Vintage. It will feature Roscoe Roscoe, Platonica Erotica, Butch Kassidy, various DJs and a secret headliner.

Tickets for the pre-show party are on sale here, and remaining tickets for the main festival can be found here.


Organisers have also confirmed that to enter the festival gig-goers will be required to provide either proof of negative lateral flow test taken within 24 hours, or proof of negative PCR test taken within 48hrs.

Meanwhile headliners Porridge Radio recently shared an expanded edition of their debut album ‘Every Bad’, which featured re-workings of the tracks by other artists.

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