Speculation about this years Boomtown line-up is reaching a fever-pitch. The festival have made the unusual step of deciding to keep the line-up a secret until just one week before the festival.
But with everyone keen to know who might be appearing this year, the thirst for line-up news and rumours has never been greater. You’re in luck, as we’ve managed to confirm over 120 acts so far, as well as at least 90 more rumoured artists.
Boomtown 2021 has now sold out. The last few tickets were snapped up at around 7pm on Thursday the 25th of Feb.
The ticket buying frenzy was triggered when the UK Government announced plans earlier this week to end all Covid-19 restrictions, with a target date of the 21st of June 2021. This easing of restrictions could allow an event like Boomtown 2021, which takes place 11th to the 15th of August, to go ahead.
A further wave of buying started, when Reading and Leeds festivals, which also take place in August, announced they are planning to go ahead. This had led to festival goers around the UK scrambling to buy tickets for festivals before they sell out. We certainly will have all earnt it!
Area 404 has arrived in Bristol! Boomtown have so far hosted 4 huge Halloween parties and a NYE bash at their new 3,500 capacity warehouse nightclub. It’s located in the heart of Bristol, just a few minutes from Temple Meads Station.
Looking for EVERY act announced for the Boomtown 2020 line up so far, and all the latest rumours too? Boomtown Source has every confirmed act, and all the latest gossip right here. We’ll be keeping this page constantly updated as more acts are announced.
The main line up poster for Boomtown 2020 dropped on the 6th of February 2020. Boomtown teased the first few back in early December. Boomtown 2020 will have over 100 venues, and 1000s of acts, with much much more to be revealed in the Spring.
Boomtown delivered it’s first announcement for 2019 this past Friday, and it did not disappoint! Boomtown’s social media comments have been going crazy at seeing some of the names dropped on the brand new Area 404 line up poster!
Huge names announced include Carl Cox, Skream, Four Tet, Eats Everything and around a dozen others. After the successful debut of the Pagoda Plaza stage in 2018, Boomtown has continued to expand it’s horizons. With a whole new district in 2019, dedicated to techno, house and all things electronic: Area 404. And it seems like Boomtown have got it spot on, with a overwhelmingly positive reaction from fans. They blew it out the water with this surprisingly strong announcement. Many did not expect to see any names this big announced until the 8th Feb 2019.