The huge acts confirmed for Cardiff's Inside Out Festival so far; Bute Park will be the place to be for top music as the sun goes down on summer.
Byline: Chris Peregrine
One of Cardiff's favourite festivals is returning to the capital this year and it's the perfect opportunity to see out the summer in style.
Excitement is already mounting at the appearance of Rudimental at Bute Park in Cardiff on Saturday, September 29.
And now the organisers ofInside Out Festivalhave released details of some of the other acts confirmed for the eagerly-awaited event.
When they announced Rudimental as the headline act last month, they also promised some "amazing guests".
And true to their word, they have unveiled more huge artists.
Who is taking to the stage?
He is the fastest rising star on the UK rap scene.
Born and bred in Hackney, East London, he draws inspiration not only from his local underground grime scene but also his Nigerian heritage.
He has had chart success with songs like Fine Line, Addison Lee and My Lover.
The Birmingham-born front man of The Streets, who are on the comeback trail, will be performing a DJ set.
He is also a record producer and started playing keyboards at the age of five.
He is known for his lyricism matched with his blurring of musical styles of UK garage, hip hop, indie rock, reggae and ska.
The multi genre DJ has just released the Pure Anthems album.
He mixes everything from house to hip hop and UK rap to bassline.
Before Cardiff he will be playing UK dance music festival Creamfield in August.
The Feel The Love performers top the bill at Inside Out Festival. They will perform a DJ set of their biggest hits including Waiting All Night, Sun Comes Up and their latest single These Days, which spent 12 twelve weeks at the top of the charts.
First bursting on to the scene in 2012 with their single Feel The Love, featuring singer John Newman, the drum and bass outfit have gone on to win multiple Brits and Mobos, and headline festivals across the UK.
It is a major event, as witnessed by previous line-ups, which have included the likes of Annie Mac, Craig David, Tinie Tempah, Chase and Status, Lethal Bizzle and Sigala.
And there are more acts for this year, to be announced further down the line.
Coopers Field, Bute Park, North Road, Cardiff, CF10 3DXT.
Saturday, September 29, from noon to 10.30pm.
They are available fromwww.insideoutcardiff.co.uk.
Or check out the festival'sFacebook,InstagramandTwitterpages.
Credit: Jonathan Hipkiss
Rapper Not3s is playing Inside Out Festival in Cardiff's Bute Park
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|Publication:||Wales Online (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||May 31, 2018|
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