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18th April 2017

Vevo stage at The Great Escape announced

Stefflon Don, Raye, Will Joseph Cook, Rat Boy and more confirmed

Vevo has today announced its full stage line-up at this year’s The Great Escape, taking place from 18th – 20th May in Brighton. Vevo will be returning to Wagner Hall from Thursday 18th May with performances from British alternative act The Japanese House, Raye, Rejjie Snow, Will Joseph Cook and Sløtface.
Friday's line-up boasts Rat Boy who’ll be rounding off his two-month tour of the UK in Brighton, Dream Wife, Dagny, Ider and breaking French act Adam Naas.

Rat Boy
Rat Boy
The final day at the Vevo stage, Saturday 20th, will be headlined by rapper Stefflon Don and will also feature performances from London alt-rockers Inheaven, Ryan De La Cruz and Manchester duo Shy Luv.
The garden at Wagner Hall will also play host to daytime acoustic sessions from a selection of the artists playing the evening, as well as bonus acts including Liv Dawson, Sigrid, Salen, Poppy Adjuda, The Parrots, Dodie and Killason. Wagner Hall will be open to under 18’s who have purchased a young adult ticket for the festival for the daytime acoustic sessions. 

Full line-up for the Vevo stage at The Great Escape 2017:

Main Stage Thursday
  • The Japanese House
  • Raye
  • Rejjie Snow
  • Will Joseph Cook
  • Sløtface
  • Rat Boy
  • Dream Wife
  • Dagny
  • IDER
  • Adam Naas
  • Stefflon Don
  • Ryan De La Cruz
  • Shy Luv
Garden Stage Thursday
  • Sløtface
  • Liv Dawson
  • Will Joseph Cook
  • Raye
  • Adam Naas
  • Sigrid
  • Dagny
  • Salen
  • Poppy Adjuda
  • The Parrots
  • Dodie
  • Killason
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