Suede and Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls have been announced as headliners for this year’s Kendal Calling.
This year’s edition of the Lake District festival - which doubles as their ninth year so far - will also play host to the likes of De La Soul, Clean Bandit, 2ManyDjs, Woman’s Hour, Razorlight and Breton.
Taking place from 1st to 3rd August, the festival is set against the backdrop of Lowther Deer Park in The Lake District and tickets are currently priced at £119.
The full list of acts confirmed to appear so far is: Suede, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls Happy Mondays, De La Soul, Miles Kane, 2ManyDjs (dj set), Tom Odell, Razorlight, Clean Bandit, Newton Faulkner, Athlete, Ella Eyre, Mr Scruff, Reel Big Fish, The Heavy, Catfish & the Bottlemen, Rae Morris, Saint Raymond, Dub Pistols, Jess Glynne, Women’s Hour, Findlay, Breton, Josh Record, Kimberly Anne, Amber Run, Gallery Circus, Lanterns on the Lake, The Lucid Dream, Johnny Borrell & Zazou, The Lancashire Hotpots, Aquilo, DJ Food, DJ Cheeba, DJ Moneyshot - Caught In the Middle of a 3 way mix, Zion Train - Perch & Dubdadda, Reeps One, The Melodic, By The Rivers, Typesun, Will Varley, We Were Evergreen, Tantz, Urban Folk Quartet, Mint Royale, Baggy Mondays, Dave Haslam, Black Cat DJs, Father Funk, Gareth Brooks (XFM). King Eider. The Hummingbirds, Phoneys & the Freaks, Howling Rhythm DJs, Aaron Wright & Jacqui Abbott, Kommix Kut, The Raged, Our Fold, Dub Sex, Mark Abbott, Fallback Productions, Sam P, Karl Yates and Northern Soul Dance Classes.
The fancy dress theme for this years weekender is ‘Kendal Calling Goes Beyond The Stars’. More acts are set to be announced shortly
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