Example confirmed as final headliner for Kendal Calling 2014

Joining Frank Turner and Suede on bill for August bash

Example confirmed as final headliner for Kendal Calling 2014

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Example has been confirmed as the third and final headliner for Kendal Calling 2014.

The singer will close this year's event, which will take place between August 1-3. He joins previously confirmed headliners Frank Turner and Suede on the line-up.

Also announced today are Augustines, who have been added to the bill and will headline the festival's second stage. Other artists on the bill for this year's bash include Frightened Rabbit and Doves frontman Jimi Goodwin, Tom Odell, Bondax, Gorgon City, Ella Eyre, Andy C, Zane Lowe, Newton Faulkner, Mr Scruff, De La Soul, Miles Kane and Happy Mondays plus chart toppers Clean Bandit.

For more information visit www.kendalcalling.co.uk

Acts confirmed for Kendal Calling Festival 2014 so far are:

Suede
Frank Turner
Example
Jimi Goodwin
Augustines
Frightened Rabbit
Miles Kane
Happy Mondays
De La Soul
2manydjs (DJ set)
Clean Bandit
Tom Odell
Bondax
Gorgon City
Ella Eyre
Andy C
Zane Lowe
Newton Faulkner
Mr Scruff
Lewis Watson
Admiral Follow
Mirror Signal
Team Me
Black Rivers
The Tea Street Band
Norma Jean Martine


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