Boomtown release full line-up with Cypress Hill, Sister Sledge, Andy C and more

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Boomtown festival has released its full line-up for its 15th-anniversary edition, set to take place next weekend.

The 66,000-capacity festival includes pioneering artists such as The Prodigy, Cypress Hill, Sister Sledge and Beenie Man.

Spanning 12 stages, this year the festival will also be introducing a new stage, Spectrum 360 based in district Area 404 created by DJ Mandidextrous.

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The main stage, Grand Central, will feature, Mura Masa, Jehst, Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn, Nia Archives, Sudan Archives, Confidence Man, Loyle Carner alongside the headliners.

Over at Origin, the line-up consists of Andy C, My Nu Leng, Sammy Virji b2b DJ Q, Girls Don’t Sync, Interplanetary Criminal, Dimensions, Hedex and more.

Meanwhile, at Zenith, Eats Everything will be showcasing the history of rave as well as sets from, AK SPORTS, DJ Boring, HAAi, Sally C and many other names.

The town also will be filled with smaller stages at the street venues which will hold parties including a Queer House Party takeover, a Skrillex fan club party, a we love Lizzo party and plenty more events and acts. Check out the street venue line-up here.

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Officially known as Boomtown Chapter Two: The Twin Trail, James Cousins, Head of Music at Boomtown, said: “The lineup this year has been so carefully crafted to include artists that represent the unique personality of Boomtown.

“Whatever your flavour, you’ll find it at Boomtown, whether you’re into the heavy hitters or you want to explore new artists who are spreading through the underground.

“I’m really proud of this lineup, we’ve secured artists that we’ve been trying to nail down for years, and there will be some really special moments.”

Boomtown is running from Wednesday, August 9 till Sunday, August 13 with tickets available here.

Take a look at Boomtown’s line-up and stage breakdown below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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