July 5, 2011 17:54

Funeral For A Friend, Skindred, Future Of The Left added to Merthyr Rock festival line-up Funeral For A Friend Tickets

Attack! Attack!, Spycatcher, Save Your Breath also join Welsh event

Funeral For A Friend, Skindred, Future Of The Left added to Merthyr Rock festival line-up

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Funeral For A Friend, Skindred and Future Of The Left have been added to the bill for Merthyr Rock Festival.

The event, which takes place from September 3-4 in Cyfartha Park in Wales, is set to be headlined by The Blackout and Ocean Colour Scene.

Other new additions to the bill include Attack! Attack!, Spycatcher, Save Your Breath and The Social Club. Full details of the line-up for the event's first day have yet to be revealed.



For full information about the festival, see Hayfestival.com/merthyrrock.

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

The line-up for Merthyr Rock Festival so far is:

Ocean Colour Scene
The Blackout
Skindred
Funeral For A Friend
Attack! Attack!
My Passion
Save Your Breath
Future Of The Left
Young Guns
Revoker
The Guns
Go-X
Jettblack
Exit International
Spycatcher
The Social Club
Dead Beggars Club
Crossbreaker

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