Wild Beasts, Calvin Harris, The Futureheads confirmed for Kendal Calling festival

First wave of acts announced for Lake District bash

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Wild Beasts, Calvin Harris, The Futureheads and Ok Go are among the first acts to be announced for this year's Kendal Calling festival.

Erol Alkan, Scratch Perverts and Dub Pistols are also on the bill for the event, which takes place on July 30 – August 1 at Lowther Deer Park in Hackthorpe.

The full line-up so far for this year's Kendal Calling is:

Calvin Harris
Wild Beasts
The Futureheads
Ok Go
Dub Pistols
Erol Alkan
DJ Yoda
Plump DJ's
High Contrast
Scratch Perverts
Elite Force
Justin Robertson
Danny Byrd
Doorly
Eskimo Twins
Emalkay
People Get Real
Rich Reason
Ken Evil
Ash Howell
Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show
Lancashire Hotpots


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

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