Edwyn Collins and Doves lined up for Heavenly Records festival

The Magic Numbers, Nada Surf and Beth Orton on bill too

Edwyn Collins and Doves lined up for Heavenly Records festival
Heavenly Records are putting on a festival to celebrate 18 years in the business.

Taking place over at three London venues the weekend of September 12-14 the label have invited their entire back catalogue of bands to perform.

The line-up is as follows:

London Royal Festival Hall - Doves, Cherry Ghost plus Very Special Guests (September 12)

Queen Elizabeth Hall - The Magic Numbers, Beth Orton, Pete Greenwood (13)

Purcell Room - Edwyn Collins, The Rockingbirds, The Loose Salute (13)

Queen Elizabeth Hall - Saint Etienne, Little Ones, Dot Allison (14)
Purcell Room - Nada Surf, Jaymay, Dr Robert (14)

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (July 24). To check the availability of Heavenly Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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