SBTRKT and Clean Bandit for Love Saves The Day 2014 Clean Bandit Tickets

Jamie xx, John Talabot and Hercules and Love Affair also set for Bristol festival

SBTRKT and Clean Bandit for Love Saves The Day 2014

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The first wave of acts for this year's Love Saves The Day festival in Bristol have been confirmed, with SBTRKT and Clean Bandit both set to perform live.

The festival will return to Bristol's Castle Park in May for the third year with a line-up which also includes Annie Mac, Hercules and Love Affair, Jamie xx, Neneh Cherry, Todd Terje, Special Request, Cyril Hahn and John Talabot. Scroll down for a full list with day-by-day breakdown.

Tickets for Love Saves The Day, which takes place between May 24-25, are available now. See www.lovesavestheday.org/ for more information.

Saturday, May 24

Andy Butler
Annie Mac
Apex
Black Butter
Bodhi
Christophe & Lukas
Clean Bandit
Craig Richards
Crazy P Sound System
Cyril Hahn
Dan Wild
DJ Q
Eats Everything
Eton Messy
Feel the Real
Felix Dickinson
Foundations
Futureboogie
Gotsome
Hackman
Hercules and Love Affair
Horse Meat Disco
Joe90 & Dave Harvey
Just Jack
Kidnap Kid
Kove
Maribou State b2b Pedestrian
Motor City Drum Ensemble
Moko
Nina Kraviz
Origins
PBR Streetgang
People Like Us
Piff
Shambarbers
Shapes
Snakehips
Solomon Grey
Subb-an
The Dance Off
Todd Terje
Tom Rio
Waifs and Strays
4ours

Sunday, May 25

A Sagittariun
A.Quake
Aba Shanti-I
Breakage
Congo Natty with Nanci + Phoebe
Crack
Digital Soundboy
Dirty Talk
Dismantle
Dubkasm
Durkle Disco
Dutty Girl
Falling Up
Felis
Fire Man Sam
Francis Inferno Orchestra b2b Fantastic Man
Gentleman's Dub Club
Greg Wilson
The Heatwave
Idle Hands
Jakwob
Jamie XX
Javeon McCarthy
John Talabot
Jus Now
Laid Blak
Livity Sound
Ms Dynamite
Neneh Cherry & RocketNumberNine
Pardon My French
Quantic
Sam Binga ft. Redders
SBTRKT
Sherwood and Pinch
Shy FX
Sip The Juice
Soul Train
Special Request
Stylo G
Teachings in Dub
Tessela
The Blast
Trap

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