The festival, which is entering its eighth edition in 2020 is set to be more creatively dynamic and innovative than ever, with new festival director Maurits Westerik promoting a revitalised vision for the festival. This includes a film program and a fresh look at the food and drink area.
Massive Attack were instrumental in the popularisation of trip-hop, which merged electronica and hip hop, in the 90s. This period is where we can see some of the band's most successful tracks such as ‘Unfinished Symphony’ and ‘Teardrop’. They'll be closing the festivities on 14 June, hosting a multi-sensory audiovisual show which will travel back through their career to conclude the weekend.
The National will also be travelling through their career within the last decade. The band will celebrate the milestone 10 year anniversary of their most celebrated album High Violet with a special headlining performance featuring smash hits from the album such as 'Terrible Love', 'Sorrow' and 'England' plus much more. The American Band, who have been active for over 20 years, have produced eight albums, with four of them being featured on NME’s top 500 albums of all time.