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NOAHFINNCE, Landon Barker, Hannah Grae Join YUNGBLUD’s BLUDFEST Lineup

YUNGBLUD Bludfest Summer 2024

With YUNGBLUD’s inaugural BLUDFEST just around the corner, the UK mainstay has announced another wave of artists joining the lineup.

“Our world. Our movement. The biggest gathering of our culture is happening August 11th and this is the BLUDFEST FULL LINE UP,” he shares. “just wait till you see what we have planned… i can’t fookin wait.”

Joining the already-stacked cast will be fellow UK pop-punker NOAHFINNCE, Landon Barker (the son of blink-182 drummer Travis Barker), and Hannah Grae. In addition to the recently announced performers, the festival will also feature headliner YUNGBLUD, Lil Yachty, Soft Play, Nessa Barrett, The Damned in the icon slot, Lola Young, and Jazmin Bean.

BLUDFEST is set to make its debut on August 11 at the National Bowl in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. General tickets for the festival are currently available here and begin at £56.10 (around $71) without fees.

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In an Instagram caption accompanying the festival’s initial announcement on March 18, 2024, YUNGBLUD shared how BLUDFEST came together. “5 years ago, we imagined a world of our own. In BLUDFEST, we are physically going to build one,” he says.

He continued, “This will be a physical safe space where people can come and celebrate the ideologies of this community—where unity, individuality, and love is the main focus, and we bring the world of Yungblud to fucking life right before your eyes.”

He adds, “I wanted to build an experience where anyone can be completely themselves, with their friends, their family or completely on their own. I want to create an experience that blurs the lines of genre, destroys the limitation of imagination, cuts the corporate bullshit and is all about people coming together.”

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