Festivals YOWL, Ecca Vandal among new Dot to Dot additions

They join The Horrors, Pale Waves, Marika Hackman and more in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham.

A handful of new acts for this year’s Dot to Dot have been announced, joining the Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham bash.

The festival - which takes place between 25th and 27th May - already boasts the likes of Pale Waves, The Horrors, Marika Hackman, Bully and Our Girl.

The list of acts added today is:

Ady Suleiman
Peach Pit
Amaroun
Chappaqua Wrestling
Dead!
Desperate Journalist
Dude York
Ecca Vandal
Emily Burns
Fizzy Blood
Fontaines DC
Girlhood
Jack River
Nadia Nair
No Hot Ashes
Oscar Jerome
PD Liddle
Rothwell
Sam Johnson
San Junipero
The Nectars
Vistas
Westerman
YOWL

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