Hot Chip DJs added to 'Prince Day' at Hop Farm Festival

Eliza Doolittle and Aloe Blacc also join the line-up

Hot Chip DJs added to 'Prince Day' at Hop Farm Festival
Hot Chip have been confirmed to warm up for Prince at this year's Hop Farm Festival with a DJ set.

The rest of the line-up for the third and final day (July 3) of the Kent bash has been announced, completing the bill which sees the purple one return to the UK.

The rest of the new additions come in the form of Eliza Doolittle and Aloe Blacc. Previously confirmed were The Pierces, The Go! Team, Young Knives, Fenech Soler, Young Rebel Set, Sound Of Rum, Friends Electric and Big Deal.

Expanded to a three-day event for the first time, Hop Farm Festival takes place July 1-3. Headlining the Friday night are The Eagles, while Saturday sees Morrissey top the bill.

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

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