Yungblud has announced the line-up for the second stage at BludFest – you can find all the details below.

The Doncaster artist is due to play his biggest show yet at Milton Keynes Bowl on Sunday August 11. He’ll be joined by a host of support acts including recent collaborator Lil Yachty, as well as Soft PlayNessa BarrettThe DamnedLola Young and Jazmin Bean.

Today (May 31), Yungblud – real name Dominic Harrison – has confirmed a further five artists who will perform on the second stage at the event.

These are Noahfinnce, Jesse Jo Stark, Landon Barker (the son of Yungblud’s collaborator and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker), Hannah Grae and Aziya.

Sharing the updated BludFest poster on social media, Yungblud wrote: “Our world. Our movement. The biggest gathering of our culture is happening August 11th and this is the BLUDFEST FULL LINE UP.

“Just wait till you see what we have planned. Tell yer mates, get your tickets from the link in my bio. I’ll see you at @bludfest … I can’t fookin wait 🖤🖤🖤.”

You can see the announcement post below, and buy tickets here.

Yungblud spoke to NME about his big plans for BludFest when the festival was announced back in March.

When asked what it meant to be following in the footsteps of David BowieQueenGreen Day and Linkin Park in headlining Milton Keynes Bowl, he told NME: “Wow! What the fuck? That’s the fucking mad, isn’t it?

“BludFest is happening! I’m launching my own festival. I had the idea to do it last November. I just had fucking insomnia one night and thought, ‘What’s the next thing we can do that is really a staple and just pushes the boundaries?’”

Harrison continued: “This whole thing has been about fucking with people. When press don’t write about us, when labels don’t want us, when festivals don’t take us seriously, when people don’t take my generation seriously, let’s just poke the bear every time and piss everyone off to see if we can get away with it.

“We’re a community, we’re getting bigger, we’re gonna do it anyway!”


Yungblud also talked about his “positive”, Britpop-inspired upcoming album – which he compared to material by the likes of OasisThe VervePrimal ScreamMy Chemical RomanceDavid Bowie and Madonna.

Check out NME‘s video interview with Yungblud in full above.

Since announcing BludFest, Yungblud has defended the event from people who have questioned the intent behind it as well as its “overall authenticity”. “Music belongs to the people,” he said. “That’s the way it should be.”

In other news, Yungblud has contributed to the new Camden documentary series on Disney+.

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