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Deaf Havana, Hot Milk And More Announced For Five4Five Online Festival

Five4Five has announced its full line-up, including Deaf Havana, As It Is, Hot Milk and more

Eight more bands have been announced for the first-ever Five4Five Fest – an online music festival due to take place on May 15 and 16.

The two-day event will aim to raise money for NHS Charities Together over the weekend.

British rock heavyweights Don Broco and Enter Shikari were previously announced as headliners, but now the rest of the line-up has been revealed with four bands per day.

On Friday May 15, Don Broco will be joined by Deaf Havana, Hot Milk, Stay Free and Lizzy Farrall. On Saturday May 16, As It Is, Fatherson, The Dangerous Summer and Tigress will all perform before Enter Shikari bring the festival to a close.

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The festival will be completely free to watch via the Five4Five Facebook Page, but viewers will be encouraged to donate £5 via a link provided throughout the weekend. 

There will also be merch items available, plus a raffle including such prizes as signed drum skins by Broco and Shikari, an As It Is signed test pressing and handwritten lyric sheets from The Dangerous Summer. 

Head over to Five4FiveFest on Facebook for more information. 

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Posted on May 11th 2020, 3:13p.m.
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