Community Festival returns to Finsbury Park on Sunday 1st July 2018. Two Door Cinema Club, The Vaccines, You Me At Six, Circa Waves, and Sundara Karma are amongst the acts announced for this inaugural event
In what is set to be one of the most unmissable festival line ups of the summer, which brings together some of the biggest and best loved British guitar bands, Two Door Cinema Club will headline Community Festival next year. Armed with hits from albums Tourist History, Beacon, and Gameshow, expect countless festival anthems including ‘What You Know’, ‘Something Good Can Work’, ‘Sun’, ‘Bad Decisions’, and ‘Are We Ready (Wreck)’, resulting in yet another crowd-pleasing performance on their way to indie immortality. Community will be Two Door Cinema Club’s biggest festival headline show to date, and is yet another marker in the band’s continued and enduring success.
Bringing their rock n’ raucous performance to Finsbury Park, London based The Vaccines have also been announced. Fronted by Justin Young, one of the best British frontman of this era, the platinum selling band have received legendary status across the globe with a trio of top five albums, and with fourth album Combat Sports out on March 30th next year, Community Festival will host colossal hits such as ‘If You Wanna’, ‘Post Break-Up Sex’, ‘Handsome’, and more.
You Me At Six will continue their path to world domination by performing anthems from their No.1 Album Cavalier Youth, their recent top 3 Album Night People and many, many more. The British outfit are ready to give the performance of a lifetime.
The unstoppable Circa Waves will bring latest album Different Creatures to captivating new heights, alongside RAT BOY who has captivated a nation with his boyish rebellion and riotous performances, while indie favourites Sundara Karma will share shimmering tales of youthful abandon to the masses.
Joining the best in UK guitar music, London based Tom Grennan gained fame from his guest vocals on Chase & Status’ ‘All Goes Wrong’ and will now play to his biggest audience yet, as well as the increasingly popular Pale Waves who have quickly enticed fans through their dark pop magnetism and have even made it onto this year’s BBC Music Sound Of.
Community is the latest music event to take place at Finsbury Park, which has hosted landmark nights of music with bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Stone Roses, Liam Gallagher and Iggy Pop in the past, as well as other festivals including leading urban event Wireless Festival.
Published on 01 December 2017 by Ben Robinson