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Chicago rapper Juice WRLD is among the tasty icing that has been added to the Falls Festival cake this week.

With his new album, WRLD On Drugs, being released on October 19, the rapper is likely to lure more than a few hip-hop lovers through the festival’s gates over New Years.

The festival will be doubly enticing for fans of this genre with the announcement that UK rapper Dizzee Rascal.

Those with more electronic tastes will be pleased by addition of Cut Copy to the line-up, and pop princess LPX.

 There is also a local flavour to the new additions, with local star Garett Kato to join the line up at the Byron event, alongside Little May and DJ legends Hermitude.

For more info go to FallsFestival.com.

 


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