Fatboy Slim, Clean Bandit and De La Soul announced for Common People festival

After the team behind Bestival announced their plans for a more summer-based festival this year, the Southampton-set Common People has now announced the first batch of artists set to make an appearance.

Fatboy Slim, Clean Bandit, De La Soul, Band Of Skulls, Jaguar Skills and many more are now confirmed to play the festival's debut year, with a secret special guest headliner yet to be announced for the Sunday night.

Along with his announcement, Fatboy Slim released an exclusive video confirming his appearance, where he says, “Living in the love of the common people, smiles from the heart of a family man. Momma’s gonna buy you a dream to cling to, Fatboy’s gonna love you just as much as he can. And he can. Join me on Southampton Common with the Bestival family, 23rd May.”

Common People is set to take place on Southampton Common from the 23rd-24th May, with both weekend and day tickets available from their official website, http://www.ticketline.co.uk/common-people

Watch the announcement video from Fatboy Slim and see the full line-up so far below.

Saturday 23rd May
LIVE

Fatboy Slim
De La Soul
Jaguar Skills
George The Poet
Plastic Mermaids
Funky Little Choir
Mr. Motivator
DJs
Dusky
Huxley
Dense & Pika
Leon Vynehall
Luca Pilato
Jordan McKinlay

Sunday 24th May
LIVE

***Special Guest Headliner***
Clean Bandit

Band Of Skulls
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Slaves
DJ Yoda
The Cuban Brothers
Craig Charles
West End Kids
DJs
Derrick Carter
Rob Da Bank
Friend Within
Toyboy & Robin
High Tide DJs
Themagen
Pelo Rizado
Foor
BITR8 & K1R2Y

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