Please note: Info provided by the Event Organiser
The North East region's largest outdoor music festival, This Is Tomorrow, has confirmed two major arena conquering heavyweight headlining acts as part of a wave of new announcements for its 2020 edition.
After welcoming over 30,000 revellers through its gates last year, This Is Tomorrow will return to Exhibition Park in Newcastle on 14th - 16th August and plays host to Sam Fender and Gerry Cinnamon, surely two of the UK's hottest acts right now.
The Scottish singer-songwriter Cinnamon, who sold 50,000 Hampden Park tickets within minutes of going on sale, will headline the Saturday leg of This is Tomorrow followed by the hometown hero that is Sam Fender on the Sunday.
Reacting to today's announcement, Festival Organiser Steve Davis, said: “With Friday's headliners and the full line-up for all days still to be added, we're confident this will be one of the stand-out live music events in the country for 2020.
“We have worked positively with both Sam and Gerry's teams to bring lineups that both headliners wanted, I am really happy with the end result. As ever I'd like to thank the Freemen of Newcastle, Urban Green and Newcastle Council for their can-do attitude when it comes to bringing large scale events to the city.
“We have new elements to add to the festival in 2020 and we are excited to see it develop, to have two of the UK's hottest talents headlining is really positive for the event.”
Please visit www.thisistomorrow.co.uk/ for more information.
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