Y Not Announce Incredible Full Line-Up With UK Festival Exclusive From Jamiroquai

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Y Not Announce Incredible Full Line Up With UK Festival Exclusive From Jamiroquai %nameMax Miechowski

Y Not? The festival situated in the beautiful Peak District has announced a seriously impressive line-up including a UK exclusive from Jamiroquai.

Jazz-funk legends and staple of the 1990s, Jamiroquai will headline the third and final day of the event.

Also down to headline this year are The Libertines on the Friday and Catfish and the Bottlemen on the Saturday night.

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The festival, which is held at Aston Hill Farm in the picturesque village of Pikehall in the Derbyshire Dales, will take place from Friday July 26 until Sunday 29.

Razorlight will officially open the festival on the Thursday night.

Y Not? also announced Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Wombats, Nadia Rose, Kurupt FM, Fickle Friends, Mallory Knox, and Marika Hackman.

Manic Street Preachers, Kaiser Chiefs, Seasick Steve, The Amazons, Circa Waves and The Levellers are on the bill.

Fat White Family, Buzzcocks, The Sherlocks, Tom Grennan, Peace, Moose Blood, Reverend and the Makers, Shame, Lucy Spraggan, and DJ Luck and MC Neat are also performing.

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Wilkinson (DJ set) and The Go! Team are the latest acts on the line-up.

The festival prides itself on great food and drink offerings and describes itself as: ‘Home grown and true to our roots. One weekend of good music, good food and care-free fun in the middle of the beautiful Peak District.’

And this year, organisers are ‘vastly broadening’ their street food offering and have told fans to ‘expect some really decent options’.

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Also on the line-up are this year’s NME ‘Under The Radar’ award winners, Pale Waves.

The Manchester band, who toured the US with The 1975 are definitely one to watch this year, and were fifth in BBC Music’s Sound of 2018.

The festival, which has been growing and growing, is now in its thirteenth year.

On the official website, a statement reads:

13 years on, we still have the same ethos at heart. Great people, having a great time makes a great festival.

With panoramic countryside views, a fully stocked bar of local ales, a mouth watering selection of food and more live music than you can shake a stick at… all you need to bring is yourself, some wellies and a killer fancy dress outfit.

Weekend tickets allow access to general camping from Friday July 27 until Monday 30 and pre-payment plans are available for those who want to split their ticket cost over a number of months.

Tickets are now Tier 4, starting £114.50. Ticket info here https://ynotfestival.com/tickets/