BBC Radio 6 Music Festival will take place in Cardiff this year.
The event – which runs from 1st-3rd April, and is back after two years – is set to host performances from Little Simz, IDLES, beabadoobee, Bloc Party, Johnny Marr, Pixies, Orlando Weeks, Porij, Self Esteem, The Mysterines, and Wet Leg.
Plus, Khruangbin, Father John Misty & members of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, audiobooks, Big Joanie, Carwyn Ellis & Rio 18, Cat Power, Curtis Harding, David Holmes, Deyah, Elkka, Emma-Jean Thackray, Ezra Collective, Georgia Ruth, Green Gartside, Gruff Rhys, Gwenno, H. Hawkline, Ibeyi, Ibibio Sound Machine, Lucy Dacus, Mykki Blanco, Obonjayar, OVERMONO, Sherelle, Sports Team, The Bug Club and more.
Samantha Moy, Head of BBC Radio 6 Music, comments: “After two years, it feels very special to say that the 6 Music Festival is back with a bang in Cardiff. This is a city which has always had a thriving music scene and I can’t wait to bring the 6 Music family, of both presenters and listeners, together for the magic of the 6 Music Festival.”
Tickets will be available from 10am on Thursday 17th February. For more information, visit bbc.co.uk/6musicfestival.