NEVERWORLD ANNOUNCE BBC INTRODUCING IN KENT ARTISTS

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The award-winning team behind LeeFest reinforce commitment to burgeoning new talent, placing rising artists Be Charlotte, Fazerdaze, Yonaka, Ten Tonnes & more amongst headliners Clean Bandit & BASTILLE.

Neverworld have unveiled the latest additions to their incredible lineup with breaking new acts including whenyoung, Be Charlotte, Bloxx, Fazerdaze & more, joining an eclectic billing already featuring chart toppers BASTILLE and pop phenomenon Clean Bandit. Taking place 2nd – 5th August 2018, tickets are almost sold out and available to buy from £119. For more information visit the Neverworld website.

BBC Introducing in Kent will be presenting an array of talent with the outstanding Ten Tonnes, the raw and energetic Marsicans and singer songwriter prodigy Fenne Lilly. The hotly tipped Yonaka will also be ready for electrifying rock alongside Lion and Youth Sector.

Further additions to the exciting list of acts taking the stage at this year’s Neverworld are Heyzeus, the afrobeat pop sensation AADAE, Asylums, DJ Abbie McCarthy, All The Above, Amapola, China Bears, Cove, FOXE, JC Palmer, LUCIA, Muffin, Orestea, Placid & folk-metal collective Scars of Sense.

Meanwhile Annabell Allum will bring emotive slacker-rock to the stage alongside indie four-piece Childcare who will showcase a refreshing twist on pop. Also joining the lineup are Duncan Smith and grunge extraordinaires Five Kites. Critically acclaimed Auckland dream pop-star Fazerdaze joins Asylums who will showcase energy in abundance for lucky Neverworld goers.

They will join previously announced headliners BASTILLE and Clean Bandit, plus Rae Morris, Declan McKenna and Tom Grennan. My Nu Leng, Maraki Records, Bushbaby and Barley Royal are also on the billing alongside GIRLI, Hudson Taylor, Hollie Cook and many more.

Neverworld is a new concept festival from Lee Denny and the team behind LeeFest and takes place August 2nd – 5th August, with tickets available now from www.neverworld.co.uk

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