Lovefoxxx joins Stag And Dagger line-up

CCS singer will DJ solo at three-city stand

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CSS frontwoman Lovefoxxx will appear at this year's Stag and Dagger festival.

The star will perform a solo DJ set at the three-day festival this May, with Telepathe, Black Lips, Mika Miko and Girls also joining the line-up.

The festival, which debuted in London last year, has now grown to incorporate three UK cities over three days. 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
Lovefoxxx
Black Lips
Mika Miko
Telepathe
Girls
Andrew Weatherall
Maps
James Yuill
Rusko
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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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