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General News / March 6, 2017

Gorillaz to curate and play their own festival in a fun fair

General News / March 6, 2017

Gorillaz to curate and play their own festival in a fun fair

Gorillaz have been off the radar for some time now, with their last full length project ‘The Fall’ released in 2011, and their last live shows taking place in 2010. We had our first taste of new music from Damon Albarn’s animated project a couple months ago, and now  the first news of a tour has come to light, and it’s big.

‘Demon Dayz’ festival, named after the group’s second album, will take place on June 10th, in Dreamland, in Margate, Kent, a fun fair in the southwest of England. The full lineup for the festival hasn’t been announced yet, but Gorillaz will be playing, and the music will be streamed online with Red Bull TV.

Tickets go on sale this Friday 10th March at 9am, with coach services from London and other locations available. Click here for further details, and check out the festival poster below.

 

Demon Dayz Gorillaz Festival