BBC Radio 6 Music Festival: Dates, tickets, full line-up, venues and how to get tickets – The Sun
BBC Radio 6 Music's Festival is taking over some legendary music venues in London this march.
The 6 Music Festival 2020,will take place in Camden, London, from Friday 6th March to Sunday 8th March.
The line-up features headline sets from Michael Kiwanuka, Mike Skinner, Róisín Murphy, Kate Tempest, Bombay Bicycle Club, Sports Team, The Big Moon and KOKOROKO.
There will also be performances from Anna Meredith, Black Country, New Road, black midi, Brittany Howard and EOB (Ed O’Brien) – who will be performing his debut European show at the 6 Music Festival.
Also playing will be GAIKA, Ghostpoet, Greentea Peng, Hot 8 Brass Band, Jehnny Beth, Jordan Rakei, Kim Gordon, Kojey Radical, Melt Yourself Down, Nadine Shah, The Orielles, Robert Glasper, The Selecter, Squid, The Staves, Sudan Archives and Warmduscher.
The Roundhouse, FEST Camden, Dingwalls and the Electric Ballroom will host live music, Q & A sessions, DJ sets and more across the weekend.
The festival will include a celebration for International Women’s Day on On Sunday 8th March.
An all-female line-up will take over the Roundhouse main space including Kate Tempest, Kim Gordon, Anna Meredith, Jehnny Beth and Nadine Shah.
BBC 6 Music DJ Lauren Laverne says: "It’s a fantastic line-up in a brilliant location.
"I can’t wait to see the artists behind some of my favourite records of the past year – Brittany Howard, Michael Kiwanuka and Kate Tempest – as well as some of the brightest hopes for 2020 like Squid and The Orielles."
Mary Anne Hobbs says: "Super-hot line-up in 2020, personally I’m excited to be DJing before Mike Skinner at Dingwalls.
"I'd always love to read the graffiti on the walls of the ladies loos, back in the 80s, it was just as pointed as the NME."
Tickets for each venue and each By Day, By Night and Late event will be sold separately here.
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