News: 110 Above Festival Drop 3 Announcements In 3 Days

It’s been big week for 110 Above Festival this week, with Wednesday, Thursday & Friday all receiving their own announcements. The Leicestershire festival took Tuesday as their opportunity to let us all know what we were in for as well as drop some clues as to who some of the new arrivals may be including photos of a brick wall, Daniel Craig & a spider. The initial newsletter informed us of the order of play for the remainder of the week with Wednesday dropping more artists, Thursday’s newsletter letting us know the intimate Thursday lineup (headliner included) whilst Friday’s update would drop 4 headliners being added to the roster joining the likes of Circa Waves, Jack Garrett, Twin Atlantic, Black Honey & more.

Wednesday saw 4 new names added to the already impressive line up with Split the Dealer, Ffion Rebecca, Chief Springs & Supporters Choice runner up Ten Hands High announced to join us in 2 months time.
Thursday’s posting informed us that Spector would be Thursday’s headline act. Joined by Noisy, Crystal Tides & Bronnie, the Supporters Choice winner, rounding off the Thursday line up. With a small number of tickets released for the intimate day, there’s still opportunity for people to make their way over to Gospall Park for the full weekend.

Our final update drops 3 new headliners alongside a co-headliner, rounding off the line-up so far with The Mysterines, Crawlers, The Academic & BLOXX. After dropping out back in 2022, The Mysterines are back and are closing out the 2023 fest’s Saturday night with Crawlers co-headlining. The Academic are set to headline the Sunday evening and Leicestershire band, BLOXX have top spot of 110 Above‘s brand new stage. Congratulating everyone who correctly guessed their clues in the 3rd and final newsletter, they start to make a bit more sense:
Brick wall = BLOXX
Daniel Craig AKA James Bond, International Man of Mystery = The Mysterines
Spider = Crawlers
University = The Academic

The latest statements from the festival brings 12 new bands to the line-up and rounds off whats set to be an epic weekend.

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