Rudimental and Snoop Dogg will headline this summer’s Lovebox Festival, which returns to Victoria Park for its 10-year anniversary.
Lovebox will breakout with Hackney quartet Rudimental, who will perform tracks from their upcoming sophomore LP.
Hip–hop icon Snoop Dogg will headline the second day of the festival and showcase retro funk songs from BUSH, his forthcoming Pharrell-produced album.
The eclectic line-up includes electro pop mavericks Hot Chip and “Uptown Funk” chart-topper Mark Ronson. Experimental composer Nils Frahm and Brixton pop star Jessie Ware are other featured acts. Aside from noteworthy headliners, Lovebox also makes room for up-in-coming performers like Dornik, Little Simz and Raury to take the stage.
Founded in 2002, Lovebox was kick-started by electronic dance duo Groove Armada—who returns to the festival this summer as performers. Last year’s festival sold out in advance with a record audience of 80,000.
Set at Victoria Park in Hackney, Lovebox Festival will take place from 17-18 July. Adult weekend tickets are £93.50.Reuse content