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Takedown Festival announce second wave of artists for 2024 line up

Award nominated independent rock and metal festival, Takedown Festival has today unveiled the second wave of artists that will be appearing at the 2024 edition.  

Joining the previously announced headliners Creeper and Dinosaur Pile-Up will be Hastings beat-punk reprobates Kid Kapichi, Nu-gen star Cassyette, heavy metal champions Employed To Serve, UK chart topping hellions TERRORVISION as well as BVDLVD, Graphic Nature, Lake Malice, Grove Street, PENGSUI, Fort Hope,  and many more.

The first line up announcement saw the likes of Kid Bookie, Dreamstate, Mimi Barks, ‘A’, Snayx, Dead Pony, Stone Broken and more all announced to appear at the festival in 2024.

For the first time ever, Takedown Festival will span over two days, taking place on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of April 2024 at the Portsmouth Guildhall. Tickets for Takedown Festival 2024 are on sale now via this ticket link: www.takedownfestival.com.

Kai and Sarah Harris of Takedown Festival Ltd said, “We are very proud to be able to share the next wave of band announcements for Takedown 2024, expanding the festival programming to encompass a diverse spectrum of metal, alternative and rock genres. Our commitment is to provide a broad and inclusive festival experience for our audience and artists and we are confident that Takedown 2024 will exceed expectations.”   

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