Fionn Regan, Darwin Deez added to Secret Garden Party line-up

Acts will join Marina And The Diamonds and Mercury Rev at the festival

Fionn Regan, Darwin Deez added to Secret Garden Party line-up
Fionn Regan and Darwin Deez are among the latest additions to the line-up for this year's Secret Garden Party.

Joining the likes of Marina And The Diamonds, Mercury Rev and Gorillaz Sound System at the event, other acts just confirmed include Dreadzone, Example, Eliza Doolittle and James Yuill.

The festival, which takes place at Mill Hill Field in Abbots Ripton between July 22- 25, will also see performances by The Whip and The Jessie Rose Trip.

For more information, visit SecretGardenParty.com.

The line-up so far for this year's Secret Garden Party includes:

Gorillaz Sound System
Mercury Rev
Marina & The Diamonds
Skatalites
The Jessie Rose Trip
The Whip
Kate Walsh
David Rodigan
Bellaruche
Golden Filter
Apples
Kid Bombardos
Charli XCX
Death Metal Disco
Pearl And The Puppets
The Crookes
PandSu
Darwin Deez
Horace Andy & Dub Asante
Example
Dreadzone
Fionn Regan
Hybrid
Eliza Doolittle
Beans On Toast
Fenech-Soler
James Yuill
Envy
Golden Filter
Hoodlums
Naïve New Beaters
Goldierocks
Goldheart Assembly
Eddy Temple Morris
The Loose Cannons
Doorly
Freestylers Soundsystem
Summer Camp
Lissie
Tommy Sparks


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