March 3, 2009 15:32

Maccabees, White Denim, Chairlift for Brighton Great Escape

Plus School Of Seven Bells and James Yuill to play

Maccabees, White Denim, Chairlift for Brighton Great Escape
The Maccabees, White Denim, School Of Seven Bells, Chairlift and James Yuill have been added to the bill of the forthcoming Great Escape festival in Brighton.

The Boxer Rebellion, Heartbreak and The Mae Shi have also been announced as playing today (March 3).

The festival, which once again takes place across a number of venues in and around Brighton between May 14-16, will also see the likes of Kasabian, Future Of The Left, Micachu And The Shapes, The Soft Pack and VV Brown take part.

The Great Escape line-up so far is:

Metronomy
Kissy Sell Out
Future Of The Left
The Big Pink
Passion Pit
Micachu And The Shapes
It Hugs Back
Esser
VV Brown
Ben Kweller
Johnny Foreigner
Dananakroyd
Let's Wrestle
The Chapman Family
Your Twenties
Golden Silvers
Bell X1
Kasms
The Soft Pack
An Experiment On A Bird In The Air Pump
Vivian Girls
Middle Class Rut Pulled Apart By Horses
A Grave With No Name
Tin Can Telephone
Yves Klein Blues
John Steel Blues Band
The Joy Formidable
To The Bones
Cassie And The Cassettes
Fanzine
The Maccabees
White Denim
School Of Seven Bells
Chairlift
Jamies Yuill
The Boxer Rebellion
The Mae Shi
Abe Vigoda
DM Stith
Fan Death
Heartbreak
Magic Magic
We Were Promised Jet Packs
The XX
Hot Silk Pockets
Casiokids
Ulterior
Rainbow Arabia
Harry's Gym
Three Trapped Tigers
The Week That Was
Skind And Demoralised
Trailer Trash Tracys
Dan Black
The New Wine
Rodney Fisher
Futurecop!
Rogues
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
Conan Mockasin
Marina And The Diamonds
Meme Love
Miranda Lee Richards
The Brute Chorus


For more information head to Escapegreat.com.

To check the availability of The Great Escape tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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