April 28, 2010 13:32

Delphic, Errors, Stereo MCs to play Glastonbury spin-off festival Glade

Chrome Hoof, Freq Nasty also for July event

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Delphic, Errors, Stereo MC's, Freestylers and Chrome Hoof are among the acts newly-added to this year's Glade Festival line-up.

The event, a spin-off of the Glastonbury festival area which bears the same name, takes place in Winchester on July 15-18, with Freq Nasty, Matthew Dear, Hybrid and Ed Rush also newly added to the bill.

Orbital, Simian Mobile Disco, Tricky and Magnetic Man are among the other acts set to appear. See Gladefestival.com for more information.

The Glade Festival line-up is:

Simian Mobile Disco
Magnetic Man
Green Velvet
Krafty Kuts vs. A Skillz
Holy Ghost!
Boy Better Know
Skream b2b Benga
DJ Zinc
Seth Troxler
Craig Richards
Alex Metric
Ben & Lex
Luke's Anger
Scratch Perverts
Fuck Buttons
The Field
Wolf + Lamb
X-Press 2
Gustavo Bravetti
The Field
DJ Friction
London Elektricity
Étienne de Crécy
Matthew Dear
Claude Von Stroke
Chrome Hoof
Stereo MCs
Joris Voorn
Freq Nasty
Jeff Mills
Ed Rush
Jimmy Edgar
Foreign Beggars
Jamie Jones

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

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