March 17, 2009 15:44

Jarvis Cocker headlines Secret Garden Party

Festival has an 'Eden and Babylon' theme

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Jarvis Cocker is to headline this year's festival, it has been announced.

The former Pulp star, readying his new album 'Further Complications', will play the boutique festival in East Anglia, which returns this year on July 23-26 with the mystical theme of 'Eden and Babylon'.

Other acts confirmed so far include Emiliana Torrini, Toots And The Maytails, Team Waterpolo and The Golden Silvers.

DJ Eddy Temple Morris is this year’s 'Patron Saint Of The Secret Garden Party', curating many of the festival's dance elements, while attractions include The Budoir, a Gentlemen's Club and Holistic Camp.

Tickets cost £137 plus booking fee, which includes camping and parking, while campervans will cost another £40. Teen tickets for 14-17-year-olds cost £110, and while under-13s will get in free, they will still need to obtain a free ticket.

To check the availability of Secret Garden Party and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for Secret Garden Party so far is

Jarvis Cocker
Emiliana Torrini
Toots And The Maytails
Sonny J
Eddy Temple Morris
Emmy The Great
Fight Like Apes
Bester Dury
Golden Silvers
Official Secrets Act
Slow Club
Team Waterpolo
Chew Lips
We Have Band
The XX
Chew Lips
Officer Kicks
The Bicycle Thieves
DJ Food

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