February 13, 2014 13:37

Dizzee Rascal and White Lies to headline Y Not Festival Dizzee Rascal Tickets

The Fratellis, Cerebral Ballzy and Andrew WK will also perform at Derbyshire festival in August

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Dizzee Rascal and White Lies will headline this year's Y Not Festival.

The annual festival, which takes place in Derbyshire between August 1-3, has today (February 13) announced a raft of acts who will perform live at the festival with chart-topping rapper Dizzee Rascal to headline one night, while White Lies will perform on another.

Other acts confirmed to appear in 2014 include The Fratellis, Newton Faulkner, Cerebral Ballzy, Reel Big Fish, Andrew WK, The Blackout, Darlia and Lonely The Brave. Scroll down to see a full list of the artists performing at this year's festival.

Speaking about the festival's line-up, organiser Simon Mawby says, "We are so excited with our first announcement and are welcoming some of the biggest names we've ever had to our stages. The best part is this is just the beginning, with another headliner and hundreds more acts to come. It will truly be the best value Y Not ever."

Y Not Festival line-up is as follows:

Dizzee Rascal
White Lies
The Fratellis
Newton Faulkner
Reel Big Fish
Andrew WK (solo)
The Blackout
Cerebral Ballzy
Catfish & The Bottlemen
Itch
Eliza & The Bear
Lonely The Brave
Darlia
Night Engine
Best Friends
Flyte
Brawlers
Nothing But Thieves
Nordic Giants
Black Moth
The First
Youth Man
Hungerhoff & The Wild Roots


Y Not will take place 1-3 August 2014. Tickets are £84, on sale at www.ynotfestivals.com, and include three days including camping.

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