Doune The Rabbit Hole announces final headliners for 2020

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Public Enemy, Kate Tempest, John Cale and Bill Bailey complete eclectic Doune the Rabbit Hole 2020 lineup 

They join Belle & Sebastian, Pussy Riot, Honeyblood, Sacred Paws, Free Love, The Pastels, BC Camplight and Snapped Ankles.

Friday 17 – Sunday 19 July 2020 

near Lake of Mentieth, Cardross Estate, Stirlingshire, Scotland

Public Enemy (Radio) • Belle & Sebastian  Kate Tempest

John Cale •  Bill Bailey •  Pussy Riot  

Buzzcocks • Tide Lines • Honeyblood • Sacred Paws • Peat & Diesel 

Nadia Rose • The Pastels •  Dan Deacon • The Bluebells 

Snapped Ankles • Peatbog Faeries • Elephant Sessions •  BC Camplight •  The Skints  Cut Capers

Girl Ray •  mclusky* • Free Love •  Stanley Odd 

Rachel Sermanni • Dry Cleaning • Anna Mieke • Peaness • Morriston Orpheus Male Welsh Choir 

Vlure • Samedia Shebeen •  Town of Cats • BIS • Awkward Family Portraits • Far Caspian

 Esperanza • Mickey 9s • Aja • Bigg Taj & Spee Six Nine • Cosmic Dead & Friends

& many more (see www.dounetherabbithole.co.uk)


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