Today, internationally acclaimed artist and musician YUNGBLUD has announced the second stage at his experiential and groundbreaking festival BLUDFEST, taking place on 11th August 2024 at the iconic Milton Keynes Bowl.

Forming the lineup of the newly announced second stage is Noahfinnce, Jesse Jo Stark, Landon Barker, Hannah Grae, and Aziya. They join the previously-announced phenomenal lineup on the main stage including YUNGBLUD, Lil Yachty, Soft Play, The Damned, Nessa Barrett, Lola Young and Jazmin Bean.

The uniquely eclectic lineup has been exceptionally curated by YUNGBLUD himself to appeal to a new generation of gig-goers and a younger generation of music fans who don’t necessitate their taste with genre categorisation, with a live setup that facilitates maximum crossover and collaboration, to forge an unforgettable celebration of music.

His own manifesto as an artist encompasses three core values of community, authenticity and creating a place for self-expression, and these three values act as pillars for BLUDFEST. More than just a music festival, BLUDFEST gives fans a chance to step into the YUNGBLUD world.

Since announcing the festival, YUNGBLUD has spoken passionately about ensuring BLUDFEST is an affordable and accessible festival, with tickets priced at £49.50 plus fees. Tickets are on sale now.

Alongside the stellar music lineup, the day festival will be home to activations throughout the venue to encourage community and connection, including a ‘Make A Friend’ tent that encourages fans to connect and make new friends, free photobooths to document their BLUDFEST experience, a YUNGBLUD museum that will showcase artefacts from across his career, and more. One of the festival bars will be remodelled to emulate YUNGBLUD’s favourite pub, Camden’s iconic The Hawley Arms, and fans can tuck into their very own branded burger, The BludBurger. Alongside this, YUNGBLUD continues his mission of not just creating a space for community, inclusivity and expression, but a truly safe space for fans, ensuring BLUDFEST will include designated safe spaces as well as mental health welfare areas and many more. The groundbreaking festival will go beyond the music, creating a safe place, creative haven, and truly unforgettable experience.

Inheriting one of the UK’s most iconic outdoor venues, Milton Keynes Bowl has previously played host to artists including Queen, David Bowie, Eminem, Green Day, Linkin Park, Oasis, Foo Fighters and many more.

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