Lollapalooza Berlin – Lollapalooza Berlin 2018
Alison Wonderland controls the crowd at the Olympic Stadium
Kings of Leon and Swedish House Mafia are going to play their only Germany show in 2019 at Lollapalooza Berlin, Sept. 7-8.
What is more, Twenty One Pilots will play their only German festival show, while German band Kraftklub will celebrate its only performance in 2019 at Lolla Berlin.
Also confirmed are Billie Eilish, Khalid and 6LACK, as well 40 more acts. One of them, Martin Garrix, will curate the Perry’s Stage on the festival’s Sunday.
Lollapalooza Stockholm, which takes place in the Swedish capital, June 28-30, has confirmed Chance The Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert, Lykke Li, Young Thug, Lil Baby, Sheck Wes, MØ, Wolfmother among others.
Super Bock Super Rock, which celebrates its 25th edition at Meco Beach in Portugal, July 18-20, added Jungle to an already impressive lineup that includes Lana Del Rey, The 1975, Kaytranada, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Calexico, Migos and more.
Slam Dunk Festival recently announced that Bullet For My Valentine would play the festival’s Jägermeister Stage, which has been an integral part of the festival’s identity for years.
The festival takes place in Leeds, in the north of England on May 25, and in Hatfield in the south on May 26. Other artists on the bill include NOFX, Bad Religion, All Time Low, New Found Glory, Neck Deep and many more.
Another UK festival that moves locations between Scotland as well as North and South England, is Rewind. The Scottish edition, which take place July 19-21 in Perth, just confirmed Bryan Ferry, Foreigner, The Stranglers, Lisa Stansfield, Paul Young and more.
Rewind North at Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield, Aug. 2-4, added Thin Lizzy, Gloria Gaynor, Bananarama, UB40, Level 42 and more, while Rewind South at Temple Island Meadows, Henley-on-Thames, Aug. 15-18, confirmed Michael Bolton, Four Tops, Sister Sledge and The Wailers.
Artists playing both the north and the south editions of Rewind include Lulu, Heaven 17, Tiffany, Hazel O’Connor, Neville Staple and more.
Iceland Airwaves also just revealed the first 30 names that are going to play the festival in Reykjavik, Nov. 6-9. The list includes Mac DeMarco, Whitney and Shame.
Exit Festival, taking place July 4-7 in Novi Sad, Serbia, announced the lineup for its legendary Dance Arena, including Amelie Lens, Boris Brejcha, Charlotte de Witte, Dax DJ, Jeff Mills, Maceo Plex, Paul Kalkbrenner, Peggy Gou and more.
Meanwhile Snowbombing, which celebrates its 20th anniversary April 8-13 in Mayrhofen, Austria, announced that Stormzy would be curating two concerts nights under the banner of #merkytakeover. The list of artists handpicked by the BRITs winner includes Fredo, Kurupt FM, Mostack, Jaykae, Tiffany Calver, DJ Tiiny and more.
Already confirmed for the 20th Snowbombing are The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, Groove Armada DJ, Bicep and many more.