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PITP headliners announced

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The organisers behind Pub in the Park coming to Bath this summer have released the headliners for this year’s event and there are some truly recognisable names on there.

Tom Kerridge, the celebrity chef that organises the event, will be taking part and bringing along several of his well-known foodie friends. At each venue will have Michelin-starred and award-winning pubs and restaurants serving dishes, as well as great live music.

The music line up is as follows:

Basement Jaxx – DJ set, Gabrielle, Texas, Soul II Soul Sound System, Natalie Williams and the Soul Family, Will Young, The Blue Tones, Cuban Brothers and Dodgy.

Tickets go on sale to the public on 1st February, the event takes place 21st – 23rd June at the Royal Victoria Park. Find out more about the event here. 

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