Dot To Dot Festival Tickets
Dry The River // Tom Odell // Benjamin Francis Leftwich // Lucy Rose // The 1975* //Beans on Toast // Bo Ningen // Chapel Club // Dea... Read morep Vally // Little Green Cars // London Grammar // MÃ˜ // Ruen Brothers // Swim Deep** // Wave Machines // A Plastic Rose // Ady Suleiman // Alice Jemima // Bear's Den // Best Friends // Big Cosmos // Billy Lockett // Bipolar Sunshine // Blackeye // Black Books // Blue Hawaii // Candy Says // Catfish & The Bottleman // ChlÃ¶e Howl // Dan Croll // Ellie Rose // Feathers // Findlay // Gavin James // Golden Fable // Hawk Eyes // Heart-Ships // Hector*** // Houndmouth // In The Valley Below // Indiana // Jake Hart // Joel Baker // Kagoule // Kappa Gamma // Likely Lads // Matthew & Me // Mausi // Middle Class Rut // Misty Miller // Night Engine // Only Real // Phildel // PINS // Pylo // Random Impulse // Rivals // Roosevelt // Saint Raymond // Sam Bradley // Satellite Stories // Six60 // SKATERS // Sons and Lovers // Snakadaktal // Story Books // Syron // Teleman // The Bots // The Family Rain **// Thumpers // To Kill A King // We Three And The Death Rattle*** // Wildflowers // Wolf Alice
Dot To Dot Festival has continued to showcase the best new acts from around the world since starting in Nottingham seven years ago.
First up for line-up announcements is Dry The River. With their critically acclaimed record 'Shallow Bed' the Stratford-based five-piece produced one of 2012's greatest bodies of work and played countless sold-out gigs throughout the UK. They are set to work on their new record and will surely be one of the highlights of this year's festival. One of the events finest acts in 2011 makes a welcome return in the shape of Benjamin Francis Leftwich. The singer-songwriter delivered one of the most intense performances in Dot to Dot history. Darling of the NME and Radio 1 Lucy Rose also joins the bill. The indie-folk starlet has wowed crowds all over with her finely crafted, emotive songs that reveal a unique talent for storytelling.
With a sold-out UK tour under their belt recently a band on everyone's lips are The 1975. Radio 1 A-listers are riding a wave of success spear-headed by the massive single 'Chocolate'. They are joined by the return of pop noir five-piece Chapel Club. Little Green Cars are one of the most exciting acts from the BBC Sound of 2013 poll and their live performances have drawn heavy-praise from The Guardian, NME and more. Critically acclaimed electronic, pop-funk act Wave Machines have created one of the albums of the year in debut 'Pollen' and are an exciting addition to the festival. London-based acid punk band Bo Ningen will also be bringing their incredible live show to the proceedings. Danish sensation MÃ˜ is certainly not to be missed. Her layered, gloomy output has had music journalists falling over themselves to sing her praises. Another hyped band on the first wave of acts is Wolf Alice, whose shoegaze inspired songs have received avid support from Huw Stephens amongst others.
Some of the other rising-stars on the bill are New York City's best new indie band SKATERS, Irish folk-popster Gavin James, hotly-tipped post-punk act Night Engine, Finnish upstarts Satellite Stories, Marc Riley-championed indie band Teleman, brooding Bella Union-signed four-piece PINS, Californian punks The Bots alternative-indie band Story Books and folk duo Golden Fable.
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