BBC Radio 6 Music Festival is heading to London for its 2020 edition.
Michael Kiwanuka, Róisín Murphy and Kate Tempest are this years headliners for the Camden event which takes place on March 6-8.
Also confirmed to perform are Bombay Bicycle Club, The Big Moon, Sports Team, Kojet Radical, Brittany Howard and Nadine Shah.
As well as live music there will also be ‘in conversation’ sessions, DJ sets and much more expected to take place.
On the Sunday (March 8) the festival will celebrate International Women’s Day with an all-female line-up at the Roundhouse, headlined by Kate Tempest.
Last year the event took place in Liverpool for the first time ever but will return to London this March.
You can find out how to get tickets and the full lineup below.
How to get tickets
Tickets for all events go on sale at 10am on Friday January 24 via ticketweb.uk.
The full lineup
Friday March 6
Roundhouse Main Space – Michael Kiwanuka, Brittany Howard, black midi
Roundhouse Sackler Space – Sports Team, Black Country, New Road
Dingwalls – Mike Skinner (DJ set), Mary Anne Hobbs (DJ set), GAIKA, Greentea Peng
Fest – Norman Jay MBE, DJ Yoda, Nemone, Kelly Lee Owens
Saturday March 7
In Conversation – To be announced soon
Dingwalls – Robert Glasper, Jordan Rakei, Sudan Archives
Roundhouse Main Space – Róisín Murphy, Kojey Radical, EOB (Ed O’Brien), The Selecter
Roundhouse Sackler Space – The Big Moon, The Orielles
Dingwalls – Planningtorock, Tom Ravenscroft, Jamz Supernova, ELKKA
Sunday March 8
Dingwalls – Hot 8 Brass Band, Ghostpoet, The Staves
Roundhouse Main Space – Kate Tempest, Kim Gordon, Anna Meredith, Jehnny Beth, Nadine Shah
Roundhouse Sackler Space – KOKOROKO, Melt Yourself Down
Electric Ballroom – Bombay Bicycle Club, Squid, Warmduscher