Just two weeks remain until this year’s Community Festival arrives to knock our socks off in North London.

For those of you who haven’t heard, Community Festival, which started its days as multi-venue event in Shoreditch has relocated up North. Describing itself as a one-day celebration of the best things in music, this year’s event will continue to knock your socks off at London’s Finsbury Park on July 1st.

Van McCann of Catfish and the Bottlemen (Kalpesh Patel)

Van McCann of Community Festival headliners Catfish and the Bottlemen (Kalpesh Patel)

If that wasn’t enough to wet your appetite, feast your eyes on the solid lineup that has been extended this week to include six exciting new acts, Kicking off the new lineup are Liverpools Clean Cut Kid who’s recent hits Vitamin C and Leaving You Behind have probably been stuck in your head at some point recently.

LeeFest Presents: The Neverland at John Darlings Farm with Clean Cut Kid (Simon Jay Price)

Mike Halls of Clean Cut Kid (Simon Jay Price)

Joining them on the line-up are a range of indie and rock artists including Annie Mac’s hotly tipped Anteros and their European hit EP Drunk, London born Stereo Honey and indie favourites Wild Front, Glasgow duo Saint PHNX and Rosborough who will round out the all new N4 stage, making for a pretty HUGE line-up of ‘must see new artists’ if I do say so myself.

These acts are joining an already powerful lineup featuring the most exciting new guitar band to break through in the UK this decade Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Wombats who have been celebrating the success of third album Glitterbug and British punk duo Slaves.

Slaves performing at O2 Academy Leeds as part of the Live at Leeds festival. (Gunnar Mallon)

Isaac Holman of Slaves (Gunnar Mallon)

Full Lineup

Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Wombats, Slaves, Nothing but Thieves, The Hunna, Darlia, Redfaces, Clean Cut Kid, Anteros, Stereo Honey, Wild Front, Rosborough and Saint PHNX

The Hunna performing at Boston Music Room London on 2 March 2016 (Simon Reed)

Ryan Potter of The Hunna (Simon Reed)

Ticket info

Tickets are available now from the usual suspects at £35 + booking fees. Trust me you won’t want to miss this one!

For those of you out of towners, Don’t worry! they’ve also got you covered on that as well. Community has partnered with Big Green Coach to take the hassle out of organising your journey and will be running coaches from a range of UK destinations.

Full details available at http://communityfestival.london/