Blood Red Shoes, Pete And The Pirates and more join Summer Sundae line-up

Bands are among a clutch of new announcements for Leicester event

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Blood Red Shoes, Young Knives and Pete And The Pirates are among the new additions to this year's Summer Sundae Festival line-up.

Toots And The Maytals, The Jim Jones Revue and Dry The River have also been added to the bill for the event, which takes place in Leicester.

The festival is set for the city's Victoria Park on August 12–14. See Summersundae.com for more information.

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

The line-up for the Summer Sundae Festival so far is:

The Maccabees
Graham Coxon
Newton Faulkner
The Bees
Bellowhead
The Cuban Brothers
Wilko Johnson
John Cooper Clarke
Little Comets
CW Stoneking
Liam Bailey
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Mama Rosin
Raghu Dixit
Skinny Lister
The Black Atlantic
Dizraeli And The Small Gods
Various Cruelties
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I Am Kloot
McFly
The Jim Jones Revue
Kitty Daisy & Lewis
Teddy Thompson
Young Knives
Blood Red Shoes
The Phantom Band
Factory Floor.
The Antlers
Tom Baxter
Pete And The Pirates
Dry The River
The Whybirds
Flashguns
Yaaks
Hhymn
Chapel Club
Reef
Caravan Palace
Born Ruffians
Shonen Knife
Wolf People
Showaddywaddy
Uncle Frank
Beth Jeans Houghton
The Agitator
Admiral Fallow
Kyla La Grange
Dionne Bromfield
Dutch Uncles
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Givers
The Heartbreaks

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