Cold War Kids, Maps, Wild Beasts for Stag And Dagger festival

Festival now takes place across London, Glasgow and Leeds

Cold War Kids, Maps, Wild Beasts for Stag And Dagger festival
This year's Stag And Dagger festival will feature the likes of Cold War Kids, Andrew Weatherall, Wild Beasts, James Yuill and Maps.

The festival, which debuted in London last year, has now grown to incorporate three UK cities over three days this May. It will visit London (May 21), Leeds (May 22) and Glasgow (May 23).

With more acts set to be announced, the current line up for Stag And Dagger is:

Cold War Kids
The Mae Shi
Abe Vigoda
Andrew Weatherall
Maps
James Yuill
Rusko
N-Type
Wild Beasts
Filthy Dukes
Marina and The Diamonds
Dan Black
Magistrates (DJ Set)
Soy Un Caballo
High Rankin
N-Type
Tomb Crew
DJ Slugz
Ed-Dl
Moodie
Maxmillion
We Have Band
Your Twenties
Plugs
Trailer Trash Tracys
Ex Lovers
Let's Wrestle
Tubelord
The Virgin Passages
Male Bonding
Arch M
Young Turks
Young And Lost
Pure Groove
Casper C
Girlcore

The festival takes place across a number of venues in each city, and tickets give festival-goers access to all events. See Staganddagger.com for more information.

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

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