110 Above Festival announces first slate of acts for its 2018 edition

110 Above Festival have announced the first bill of acts on their 2018 lineup. The lineup is brimming with the best of up and coming alternative artists that is sure to make for a brilliant weekend of live music. Topping the bill are Nottingham’s singer-songwriter Saint Raymond, acclaimed folk artist Marika Hackman and the infectious folk-pop quintet Eliza and the Bear.

Elsewhere performing throughout the weekend are Brighton’s energetic indie favourites High Tyde, the gorgeous harmonising Flyte, and the captivating light-hearted Marsicans, with many more to be announced. The full list of acts playing so far is as follows:

Saint Raymond / Marika Hackman / Eliza & the Bear / Blaenavon / High Tyde / Flyte / Haus / Marsicans / Anteros / Bloxx / Youth Club / Jordan Mackmapa / Idle Frets / Spinn 

 110 Above Festival takes place at Gopsall Farm, Leicestershire from the 3rd to the 4th of August. Tickets are available now here for the early bird price of only £70.

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Media and Communications student with a passion for music and discovering new artists. 90% of the time you'll find me at a gig. I listen to a really wide range of artists such as The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Bombay Bicycle Club, Ed Sheeran, Disclosure, Lorde, Florence and The Machine, Ben Howard, as well as a tonne of pop music like Taylor Swift and Ellie Goulding.