April 28, 2009 15:11

Jarvis Cocker to headline The Green Man festival

Emmy The Great, Noah And The Whale and James Yuill are also added to the bill

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Jarvis Cocker will headline the Saturday night (August 22) of this year's Green Man festival.

Cocker, who releases his new solo album 'Further Complications' on May 18, joins other headliners Animal Collective (Friday) and Wilco (Sunday) at the Brecon Beacons festival.

Other acts playing the festival, which takes place on August 21-23, include Andrew Bird, Bon Iver, Errors, Grizzly Bear, British Sea Power, Emmy The Great and The Aliens.

The confirmed Green Man line-up so far is as follows:

6 Day Riot
Andrew Bird
Animal Collective
Beach House
Peter Broderick
Beth Jeans Houghton
Blue Roses
Bon Iver
British Sea Power
Broken Records
Dent May and his Magnificent Ukulele
Dirty Three
Emmy The Great
Rozi Plain
The Three Craws
Pictich Trail
Four Tet
Golden Animals
Grizzly Bear
Its A Buffalo
James Yuill
Jarvis Cocker
JC Carroll
Magic Arm
Martin Carr
No Thee No Ess
Noah and the Whale
Peggy Sue
Roky Erickson
She Keeps Bees
Sound Carriers
Swanton Bombs
The Aliens
The Fuzzbirds
The Leisure Society
The Phantom Band
Trembling Bells
Unicorn Kid
Wooden Shjips
Zun Zun Egui

To check the availability of The Green Man tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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