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The support acts for Bath Festival’s Finale weekend have been announced, with a whole host of popular acts joining headliners, Clean Bandit and Van Morrison.

The Finale marks the end of the ten day long Bath Festival, starting on 17th May and running until 26th May.

On Saturday, 1st June, Clean Bandit will be headlining with support from Mabel, who was recently shortlisted for breakthrough artist at the Brit awards, Raleigh Ritchie, the Bristol-based rapper who you may also know as Greyworm from Game of Thrones and performances from Jaz Karis.

On Sunday, Van Morrison is headlining, with Corrine Bailey Rae, Hot house Flowers and MF Robots.

Other acts you can catch throughout the Finale are:

More acts are to be announced over the next few weeks, buy tickets and keep up to date with the latest news on: https://bathfestivals.org.uk/the-bath-festival/finale-weekend/


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