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Two Door Cinema Club brought the fireworks to this year’s Community Festival
Two Door Cinema Club put on a show to remember at Community Festival.
It was a glorious summer weekend in Finsbury Park for big tunes and new memories.
There were bands playing throughout the day at Community Festival in north London.
Two Door Cinema Club were the headliners on the main stage yesterday (16 July).
It is a one-day festival and features a packed line-up of names including Nothing But Thieves.
Here is all you need to know:
Community Festival takes place in Finsbury Park in North London.
The closest tube stations are Finsbury Park and Manor House.
It takes place on Saturday (16 July).
The following day Finsbury Park will play host to a George Ezra concert.
Setlist.fm have confirmed the songs Two Door Cinema Club played during their Communtity Festival performance:
The band could play a different set at Community Festival.
Tour Door Cinema Club are not currently scheduled to play anymore shows in the UK this year.
Two Door Cinema Club will headline the Main Stage at Community Festival.
Also performing on this stage will be: Nothing But Thieves, The Wombats, Pale Waves, Alfie Templeman, Crawlers, Courting and Just Wondering.
Circa Waves will headline the N4 stage.
Other acts performing on the N4 stage are: Daisy Brain, Police Car Collective, Kid Brunswick, Molly Burman, Bears in Trees, Cole Bleu, Priestgate and Big Image.
The timings for the festival in Finsbury Park have been confirmed.
Gates will open at 11am on Saturday.
The first acts will not perform until 12.30pm on the Main Stage and 12.50pm on the N4 Stage.
Community Festival warns that last entry for the festival is at 9.35pm.
It will end at 10.30pm - meaning Two Door Cinema Club will have around 85 minutes on stage.
You will leave the festival through a different exit to the one where you arrived.
Community Festival has confirmed the full list of banned items, which are as follows:
Temperatures remain warm across the weekend.
A note on the festival’s website reads: “In light of the current heatwave, sealed bottles of water that are 750ml or less will now be permitted on site.
“Empty and reusable bottles are also permitted. We strongly advise that everyone brings a reusable bottle to refill at the water points noted on the map. Suncream of any size will now be permitted.
“No glass bottles will be permitted.”
It will be sunny changing to cloudy in Finsbury Park today.
There will be highs of 27C and lows of 19C.
It will be hottest between 5pm and 8pm.