Festival Beauregard has completed its lineup with the addition of several new bands. Snow Patrol, Fatboy Slim and many more have been now confirmed. Festival Beauregard will take place between 4-7 July 2019.

Other confirmed acts are the Belgian indie rock group Balthazar, Mac Demarco, The Hives, Idles, Beach Youth, Cat Power and more. With the previously announced bands that include Limp Bizkit, Interpol, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Tears for Fears and more than 30 artists in total, the lineup of the festival is now almost complete. According to the organizers one name is still missing and will join the
the program of Thursday, July 4th.

Snow Patrol are currently touring across Europe and the UK promoting their latest album Wildness, that was released in October 2018. However, the band has been already confirmed for many European festivals this summer including Werchter Boutique, Latitude, Firenze Rocks and Bospop. Moreover, Fatboy Slim and Idles have been also previously confirmed for Isle Of Wight 2019.

You can see the full announcement below:

Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol are a Northern Irish rock band formed in 1993. The band released its debut album Songs for Polar Bears in 1998. However, the first two studio albums of the band were commercially unsuccessful. Snow Patrol then released their first major-label debut album Final Straw in 2002, which resulted in national fame. Upon the release of their next album Eyes Open in 2006, which included the hit song ‘Chasing Cars’, the band also gained greater global attention. Snow Patrol have contributed to the music scene of Belfast, while famous figures such as Ozzy Osbourne, Bono and Michael Stipe have also expressed their admiration for the band. In previous years, the band opened for Coldplay and U2. Their latest album Wildness was released in 2018.

Festival Beauregard 2019

Festival Beauregard is a French music festival held inside the Château de Beauregard. It showcases a diverse lineup with acts from rock, indie, pop and electronic music. Recent editions of the festival have seen performances from artists such as Depeche Mode, Macklemore and Jack White. All have contributed to Beauregard becoming one of the leading alternative music festivals in Europe.

  • Location: Hérouville-Saint-Clair, France
  • Dates: 4-7 July 2019.
  • Tickets: on-sale from 49€ (one day), 84€ (two days), 115€ (three days) and 145€ (four days)
  • For more information, see the official website.