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Reverend And The Makers, Dan Black for Homecoming Festival 09

Babyshambles, Teenage Fanclub stars are also confirmed for the festival

Reverend And The Makers' Jon McClure performs solo in London, warming the crowd up for Kasabian. His short set included a cover of Bob Marley's 'Them Belly Full (But We Get Hungry)' which worked in lyrics from The Good, The Bad & The Queen's 'History Song'. Support had come first from The Hours, who U2's The Edge introduced as "gobby and charming". Pic: PA Photos
The first wave of acts playing this year's Homecoming Festival has been announced.

The Scottish bash takes place at Irvine Beach Park in Ayrshire over the May bank holiday weekend (May 2 -3), and features the likes of Reverend And The Makers, Losers, Dan Black and The Down And Outs.

Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake, The Pigeon Detectives, Jazzie B and Babyshambles' drummer Adam Ficek are all signed up to perform DJ sets at the festival.

The line-up for Homecoming Festival 2009 includes:

Reverend And The Makers (Live)
Tom And Gary (Snow Patrol)
Pigeon Detectives (DJ Set)
Scratch Perverts
Evil Nine (Live)
Dumb Blonde (Ann Savage)
Dan Black (Live)
Utah Saints (DJ Set)
Eddy Temple Morris
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool (Live)
Losers (Live)
South Central (Keyboard & Laptop Set)
Yves Klein Blue (Live)
Rawkus Noise
Chris Geddes (Belle & Sebastian)
Teenage Fanclub (DJ Set Featuring Norman Blake)
Masters at Work
Taio Cruz
Lisa Lashes
Soul II Soul Sound System (Full Live Show)
The Down And Outs (Live)
Babyshambles (DJ Set Featuring Adam Ficek)
Masters At Work
India (Live)
Bob Sinclar
Tony Humphries
Dimitri From Paris
Jocelyn Brown (Live)
Barbara Tucker(Live)
Salomé De Bahia(Live)
Doctor Bob Jones
Bob Jeffries
Craig Smith
Yogi Haughton
Simon Andrews (Point Blank)


For the full line up and ticket information, see Homecomingfestival.com.

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

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