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Lovebox Rounds Out 2014 Lineup

posted by Alyssa Buffenstein on June 24, 2014

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London, United Kingdom -- With just four weeks left before Lovebox, the festival has added 19 new artists to its lineup. JUCEMaverick Sabre, Sigma, NZ Shapeshifter, and more will join previously announced artists like Chase & Status, M.I.A., Nas, A$AP Rocky, and Bonobo for the July 18-19 festival. Scroll down to see the full lineup, including all newly announced artists.

If you're going, be sure to check out our Guide to Lovebox 2014, where you can find all the information you need about the festival, and the best places to eat, sleep, shop, party, and explore during your stay in London. Hit the events page for all the official Lovebox after parties, including a finale party on Sunday night.

There's time to change your mind if you aren't going, with weekend tickets and VIP passes still on sale - but hurry, because Friday passes are already sold out, and Saturday passes are down to the last few.

New Additions: Maverick Sabre, Sigma, NZ Shapeshifter, Theo Parrish (live, UK Festival Exclusive), Tourist, Bipolar Sunshine, We Were Evergreen, Ady Suleiman, V V Brown, JUCE, Etta Bond, Crazy P Soundsystem, The Correspondents, GotSome, Felix Dickinson, Zinc & Tappa (Trust Me I Was There), Seven Davis Jr, Hackman, Mark E

Full Lineup:  Chase & Status, A$AP Rocky, Katy B, Annie Mac, Sub Focus, Moderat, Joey Bada$$, David Rodigan, Duke Dumont, Route 94, Joy Orbison, Madlib, MNEK, Kiesza, The Gaslamp Killer, Cyril Hahn, Shy FX & Stamina MC, Hannah Wants, Elli Ingram, Special Request, Knytro, Kove, Doc Daneeka, M.I.A., Bonobo, Crystal Fighters, BANKS, The Horrors, Mount Kimbie, Tensnake, Hercules & Love Affair, Bondax(live), The Martinez Brothers, Visionquest, Scuba, Submotion Orchestra, Klangkarussell(live), Ben Pearce, Dense & Pika, Krankbrother, Huxley, Horse Meat Disco, Roosevelt(live), KALEIDA, Throwing Snow

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