Wedding Present, Darwin Deez, Los Campesinos! for Long Division Festival

Acts set for new June Wakefield event

Wedding Present, Darwin Deez, Los Campesinos! for Long Division Festival

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The Wedding Present, Darwin Deez and Los Campesinos! are among those on the bill for a new festival set to launch in Wakefield this summer.

The event, the Long Division Festival, takes place on June 10–12 at six venues across the Yorkshire city.

Emmy The Great, Emma Pollock and iLIKETRAiNS are also among the names on the line-up.

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The line up for Long Division Festival so far is:

The Wedding Present
Los Campesinos!
Emmy the Great
Napoleon IIIrd
The Lovely Eggs
Fonda 500
Piskie Sits
Runaround Kids
Skint & Demoralised
The Spills
Blood Oranges
China Shop Bull
Darwin Deez
Don Mercy
Emma Pollock
Just Handshakes (We're British)
Mi Mye
Queen's English
St Gregory Orange
Stanley Brinks
The Birthday Kiss
The Brown Hound James Band
The Finnlys
The Grand
The Magic Droids Band
The Passing Fancy
The Wave Pictures
The Wind Up Birds
Tiny Planets

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