News: Common People Southampton announce 2018 lineup!

Lily Allen, James and The Jacksons are set to headline Common People Southampton 2018.

Common People Southampton 2018 lineup announcementSparks, Dream Wife, Pale Seas, Demob Happy, Pioneers as well as local heroes The Collision and Ben Goddard have also been announced for Common People 2018.

The family-friendly festival takes place across the weekend of 26th/27th May 2018, returning to Southampton Common for its fourth year following previous years successes.

Common People also expanded to Oxford a few years back and the lineup for Common People Oxford can be found here.

Speaking of Common People 2018, festival founder Rob Da Bank has said: “This will be our fourth year returning to the beautiful green escape of Southampton Common and it’s been quite some ride putting together the Common People line up for 2018. Headlined by none other than Lily Allen and one of my favourite indie bands of all time James, the Saturday is a typically eclectic mash up of styles.”

“Our Disco Day on the Sunday also promises to be super funky with The Jacksons bringing their disco and soul classics, but my personal highlight has to be Prince’s unbeatable backing band The New Power Generation coming over from the States for a one-off weekend with us. We couldn’t get Prince but we will have all the hits. Add in all the local Southampton bands and DJs and a real focus on family fun and entertainment and I promise you a magical May weekend awaits”

Tickets for the festival are on sale now and are £30 per day or £57.50 for weekend tickets.

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