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Takedown Festival reveal first wave of artists for 2024 lineup

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Creeper and Dinosaur Pile-Up to headline Takedown Festival 2024, Tickets on sale Friday 3rd November

Award nominated independent rock and metal festival, Takedown Festival has today unveiled the first wave of artists that will be appearing at the 2024 edition.

For the first time ever, Takedown Festival will span over two days, taking place on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of April 2024 at the Portsmouth Guildhall and will be headlined by horror punk icons, Creeper following the release of their critically acclaimed new album, Sanguivore and alternative rock heavyweights, Dinosaur Pile-Up.

Joining Creeper to create a star-studded festival lineup will be ‘A’, Dreamstate, Kid Bookie, Snayx, Mimi Barks, Hell Is For Heroes, Stone Broken, BLACKGOLD, Dead Pony, Urne, Mason Hill and many more.

Kai and Sarah Harris of Takedown Festival Ltd said, “We are really excited to announce today the first bands for the Takedown Festival 2024 line up! Now expanded to 2 days, 2024 will be the biggest Takedown Festival ever and we are determined to make it the best yet! We have been blown away by the support and feedback we have received since bringing back one of the best-loved events to the South Coast earlier this year, including three nominations in the UK Festival Awards, and we are delighted to see Takedown staking its place as one of the key rock festivals in the calendar. The line-up announced so far offers a great range of bands and we’ve got more exciting announcements to come!”

Tickets for Takedown Festival 2024 will go on sale on Friday 3rd November at 9am via this ticket link: www.takedownfestival.com.

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