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General News / July 11, 2017

Longitude Festival announce cancellation & release set-times

General News / July 11, 2017

Longitude Festival announce cancellation & release set-times

Longitude have released the set times for this weekend’s rap-heavy round of the festival.


Eagle-eyed readers might spot that Earl Sweatshirt’s been removed from the lineup due to “unforeseen circumstances”, and replaced with Pusha-T instead.

A disappointment for Odd Future fans, but it seems they’ve made up for it with the replacement.

The set-times also come with the addition of a handful of Irish acts, including All Tvvins, Wyvern Lingo, BARQ, Brave Giant and Columbia Mills.

Peep the full lineup below.


We’ll be taking over the Heineken ‘Live Your Music’ stage on Friday and Saturday too, so come say hi.

Photo by Eoghan Barra