Babyshambles, British Sea Power for NME Weekender

Bands set for November Camber Sands festival

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Babyshambles and British Sea Power have been confirmed to play at the NME Weekender which takes place at Camber Sands in November.

Citadels, Goldhawks[/b], [a]The Crookes[/b] and [a]Chew Lips will also play at the three-day event, which takes place on November 5-7 at Pontins Holiday Park at the Sussex resort.

More bands will be announced for the indoor event, while DJs will also be playing across the three days.

See NME.COM/weekender for more details and ticket information.

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