Crowded House, Paul Simon, KT Tunstall for Cornbury Festival

The Clash's Mick Jones also on the bill

Crowded House, Paul Simon,  KT Tunstall for Cornbury Festival
KT Tunstall, Crowded Houseand Paul Simon are set to play this year's Cornbury Music Festival.

They join the likes of Carbon/Silicon, Beverley Knight, The Bangles, and Tom Baxter for the two-day event, which takes place on July 5 and 6.

The full line-up for the festival is:

July 5

Paul Simon
Nick Lowe
Beverley Knight
Eric Bibb
Toots & The Maytals
The Bangles
Half Man Half Biscuit
Imelda May
The Beat

July 6

Crowded House
KT Tunstall
Salsa Celtica
Tift Merritt
Joe Bonamassa
Jaume Toujours
Tom Baxter
Luke Smith

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