Spring King, The Wytches and Creeper are just three of the newest acts added to this year’s Bestival bill.
The three bands will be appearing on the Invaders of the Future stage, alongside the likes of Hinds, The Japanese House, Black Honey & Milk Teeth, who are also set to perform.
Across the weekend, Canadian punks PUP, Brooklyn-based trio Sunflower Bean and politically-charged VANT will join in proceedings, along with GIRLI, the all starts of PC Music, Moose Blood, Clean Cut Kid, Danny L Harle, Eska and Royce Wood Junior.
The full list of acts set to play the Invaders of the Future stage is as follows:
All This Noise / Asylums / Black Honey / Born Ina Barn / Clean Cut Kid / Coco / Creeper / Danny L Harle / Eska / Fatherson / Fickle Friends / GIRLI / The Greasy Slicks / HÆLOS / Hinds / The Japanese House / JP Cooper / K.Flay / L.A. Salami / Louis Berry / Milk Teeth / PC Music All Stars / Pinegrove / Pretty Vicious / PUP / Rationale / Royce Wood Junior / Spring King / Stompy’s Playground / Subgiant / Sunflower Bean / Will Varley / The Wytches / VANT / Xockha / Zibra
Speaking of this year’s stage line-up, Bestival’s Rob Da Bank has said: “Once more we’ve gone mentally diverse from Radio 1 and SXSW darling’s Danny L Harle, Pup and Sunflower Bean through the amazing Eska and a takeover from the hottest label out there, PC Music, to local island talent Born Ina Barn and Xockha. See you down the front!”
Bestival 2016 will also play host to the likes of The Cure, Major Lazer, Hot Chip, Animal Collective, Wolf Alice, Bastille and Years & Years. It takes place from 8th to 11th September at Robin Hill Country Park on the Isle of Wight.
For more information and to check out the weekender’s ticket packages, head to their website now.
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