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Y-Not Festival 2020 announce Full Line Up!

Flying the flag for R&B and UKG lovers is none other than renaissance man Craig David. His resurgence over the last 5 years has shown no signs of slowing down. Armed with a bevy of classics like ‘Fill Me In’ and ‘7 Days’ in addition to more recent hits ‘When The Bassline Drops’, Y Notters can expect an energetic TS5 DJ set combining everything from dance anthems, 90s R&B to Garage and Bashment bangers. 

Bombay Bicycle Club continue their reunion activity this summer for their debut Y Not appearance. Having just released ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’, their first album in six years, hardcore fans are in for an exciting treat. After a period of time focusing on solo endeavours, the band is returning to the live circuit where they will no doubt smoothly pick up where they left off. Welcome back, lads!

Rag’n’Bone Man shot to success in 2016 and has the fastest-selling debut album by a male artist of the 2010s. With a cracking voice that gives classic soul belters a run for their money and an eclectic sound, fusing rock, blues and Hip-Hop, Rag’n’Bone Man is the definition of an authentic artist. His rise to prominence has been epic, earning three BRIT awards and praise from Gorillaz and Calvin Harris along the way. 

The iconic names on the bill are endless – from rap royalty Eve to the universally acclaimed indie outfit Sundara Karma, the euphoric Annie Mac, punk veterans Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and the quirky Lucy Spraggan. They are joined by Shed Seven, The Zutons, DJ Fresh, DJ Yoda, Dinosaur Pile Up, Jade Bird, Futureheads, Terrorvision, Dream Wife and many more to round out one of the biggest music festivals in the North. More artists to be announced, including Thursday and Friday headliners. 

Y Not organisers have said “It’s officially Y Not time again! Each year, we have found that the atmosphere and line-ups have continued to get bigger and better. This year is hands down going to be one for the books.”

They add, “This year, in order to help the planet and the beautiful Peak District, we’re planting a tree for everyone who attends Y Not Festival, and that includes our fantastic 2020 line up! 

We’re delighted to announce Richard Ashcroft and Royal Blood as headliners by giving them their own trees – plus we have Bombay Bicycle Club, Rag N Bone Man, Levellers, Eve, Annie Mac and many more. 

The thousands of trees planted will help us develop a more sustainable future – and now, these amazing acts are rooted in Y Not’s history in more ways than one.”

Entertaining adults and children of all ages, Y Not Festival has established Derbyshire as a musical hub of its own, hosting acts from all genres since 2005. An environmentally conscious festival too, Y Not works to implement initiatives helping the planet, planting trees for every 

Y Not 2020 line up – more names to be added:

Royal Blood, Richard Ashcroft, Craig David TS5, Bombay Bicycle Club, Rag’n’Bone Man, Levellers, James, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Shed Seven, The Zutons, Pale Waves, Sundara Karma, The Amazons, Ash, Dodie, Eve, Annie Mac, DJ Fresh, DJ Yoda, Dinosaur Pile Up, Jade Bird, Lucy Spraggen, Futureheads, Terrorvision, Dream Wife, Larkins, Beans On Toast, Dream State, InMe, The Lathums, Spinn, Vistas, The Wytches, The Mysterines, Airways, Deco, The Reytons, Lauran Hibberd, The Hara, Emily Burns, Rews, Thumper, Walt Disco, Calva Louise, Aaron Smith, Do Nothing, The Altered Hours, Avalanche Party, Chapter & Verse,  Pengshui, The Pearl Harts, Ist Ist, Persian Furs, The Wired, Jetski, Mr Motivator, Shaun Williamson presents Barryoke, Cut Capers, The Lancashire Hotpots, King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys, London Astrobeat Orchestra and Noasis. 

About Y Not Festival

Back for its 15th year, Y Not festival will take place in Pikehall, Derbyshire 23rd-26th July. Since 2005 when it began life as an overspilling house party in the deepest, darkest Derbyshire; Y Not has stayed home grown and true to its roots. 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.

Tickets are on sale now at www.ynotfestival.co.uk/tickets