James Blake and Tame Impala to play FOR 2013

Croatian festival announces line-up with James Murphy, Solange and 2manydjs also set to perform

James Blake and Tame Impala to play FOR 2013

Photo: Vic Frankowski/NME

Tame Impala, James Blake and Solange are all set to perform at the FOR 2013 in Croatia later this month (June).

The festival, which takes place between June 21-23 at Hvar in Croatia, will be headlined by Nicolas Jaar, 2manydjs and James Blake with Solange, James Murphy, Young Dreams and Jacques Greene all performing across the weekend too. Three-day passes for the festival are available now for £130 and individual day passes for Friday, Saturday and Sunday can also be purchased here.

Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker has shared a mix online to coincide with FOR 2013. The mix, which features tracks by the likes of Caribou, Beck and Panda Bear as well as older acts such as Can and Serge Gainsbourg , is entitled 'Kevin Parker's Island Getaway' and is available to stream on the For Festival website.

For 2013 line-up in full:

Friday June 21
Nicolas Jaar
Solange
Kate Boy
Tensnake
Canyons
Jacques Greene
Raf Daddy
How Convenient

Saturday June 22
2manydjs (DJ set)
James Murphy (DJ set)
Horse Meat Disco
Dr Dunks
Bag Raiders
SymbolOne
Cecile
Ilija Rudman
Homeboy
Mislav & Pyztek

Sunday June 23
James Blake
Tame Impala
Young Dreams
Daniele Baldelli
Villa
Pink Gin
Roland Tings
Time & Space Machine

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