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Festival line-up updates – 13 Apr 2011

By | Published on Wednesday 13 April 2011


GET LOADED IN THE PARK, Clapham Common, London, 12 Jun: Patrick Wolf, Johnny Flynn, Slow Club, Los Campesinos! and Yelle lead the latest list of those willing to Get Loaded In The Park, that specific park being one in London that’s already set to host Razorlight, British Sea Power and the newly Marr-less Cribs.

LATITUDE, Henham Park Estate, Suffolk, 14-17 Jul: A solitary Lykke Li is the lone addition to Latitude’s legnthy line-up, with The National, Suede, Echo & The Bunnymen, Glasvegas and Iron & Wine amongst the existing roster of acts keeping her in good company.

, Various Venues, Liverpool, 19-21 May: Having just announced the festival’s day-to-day running schedule, Liverpool Sound City organisers have added a further few acts to the bill, with Frankie & The Heartstrings, The Computers, Our Mountain and Maverick Sabre amongst these. Black Lips, Yuck, Jamie XX and Kurt Vile & The Violators are a few of the most notable previous confirmations.

MELT!, Gräfenhainichen, Dessau, Germany, 15-17 Jul: Heading up a recent raft of freshly-announced acts are Jose Gonzales, Chase & Status, These New Puritans, Cold War Kids, Crocodiles. Patrick Wolf makes another appearance in today’s festival segment as a fellow announcee, taking his spot on the bill alongside such previous bookings as Pulp and The Streets.

, De Montfort Hall, Leicester, 12-14 Aug: Ska legends Toots & The Maytals are flanked by Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Young Knives, Blood Red Shoes and Factory Floor in the latest unveiling of acts set to play Summer Sundae, joining the ranks alongside The Maccabees, Graham Coxon and McFly on an eclectic programme.

THE GREEN MAN FESTIVAL, Glanusk Park, Powys, Wales, 19-21 Aug: Iron & Wine, Gruff Rhys, Noah & The Whale and James Blake are amongst a host of new additions fanning the flames of anticipation for this pyro-tastic Welsh music fest. They join an already-announced roster that’s topped off by Fleet Foxes, Holy Fuck and Explosions In The Sky.

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