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up in Viccy Park for one day only, Citadel Festival is still one of the new kids on the block, but it’s back with a killer line up that would give even the most experienced festivals a run for their money. Joining Icelandic post-punk outfit, Sigur Ros, Caribou will also be taking to the stage for their only London show this year as headliners. The rest of the line up includes the likes of Lianne La Havas, Cat’s Eyes and Submotion Orchestra to name a few. But it’s not even all about the music with a comedy tent, theatre performances, mass park yoga, drawing workshops, dodgeball and a roller disco, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Cutting no corners, Patty & Bun, Mr Bao and Bird will all taking camp to feed hungry festival goers too. Yes, Citadel Festival really does have it all, so don’t miss out on the hottest new festival in town…

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Sun 17th July 2016
Victoria Park, Grove Road, Bow E3 5TB