Love Saves The Day returns to Bristol's Eastville Park on 26-27 May
The weekend of 26-27 May will see Bristol's Love Saves The Day festival returning to Eastville Park, and today the first announcements were made about the 2018 line-up.
Headlining the festival on Saturday night will be Fatboy Slim, making his first appearance in Bristol for five years, while Sunday's top billing goes to south London R&B/hip-hop singer/producer Sampha, reflecting the organisers' stated intent this year of broadening out Love Saves The Day's musical remit (in previous years, it's been house and techno all the way on the Saturday while dubstep, D&B and grime ruled on the Sunday).
That's it as far as actual artist names go, but we can tell you that there will be stages hosted by Horse Meat Disco, Artwork presents Art's House, The Blast, Numbers, Futureboogie, Percolate, Just Jack, Shambarber, Teachings In Dub, Crack magazine and Bump Roller Disco.
More details when we have them... in the meantime, tickets are available now from the Love Saves The Day website, starting at £38.50 for one-day tickets or £71.50 for a weekend pass. Tickets for the afterparties are sold separately, starting at £11.
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