Joss Stone and Madness added to festival line-up

They join The View and The Who

Joss Stone and Madness added to festival line-up
Madness and Joss Stone have been added to the line-up for the Knowsley Hall Festival.

They will join the likes of The View, The Who and The Zutons playing at the bash, which will take place between June 23-24 at Knowsley Hall in Liverpool.

Stone said: “I love the energy there and going from what I know I think we’re going to have a lot of fun. I can’t wait.”

The line-up is:

June 23:
The Who
The Coral
The View
Shack
Peter Wylie & The Mighty Wah
The Little Flames

June 24:
Keane
The Zutons
Madness
Joss Stone
Ian McNabb (The Icicle Works)


More bands are expected to be added soon.

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS, now.

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