Little Boots, Lamb, Washed Out for Standon Calling – ticket details

Line-up for Hertfordshire event expands

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Little Boots, Lamb and Washed Out are among the latest line-up additions to this year's Standon Calling festival.

The event takes place in Hertfordshire on August 12-14 and also features Spiritualized, Battles and Errors on the line-up.

Filthy Dukes, Sound Of Rum, Baxter Dury and Goldheart Assembly have also joined the festival's roster.



Standon Calling has continued to operate despite the jailing of its former chief Alexander Trenchard for fraud in February. He was sentenced to 30 months in prison for embezzling more than £355,000 from his former employer Tesco to fund the festival.

See Standon-calling.com for more details about the event.

To check the availability of Standon Calling tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line up for Standon Calling so far is:

Spiritualized
Battles
Penguin Cafe
John Cooper Clarke
Saul Williams
Errors
Caravan Palace
Hercules & Love Affair
Howard Marks
John Grant
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Dan Le Sac
Broken Records
Egyptian Hip Hop
The Mummers
Sound of Rum
Gallops
Revere
Various Cruelties
Funeral Suits
Worship
Cut A Shine
The Travelling Band
The Moulettes
The Correspondents
Born Ruffians
Trophy Wife
Malachai
Brassroots
Raghu Dixit
Various Cruelties
Silver Moths
Tripwires
Maddox
Lamb
Africa Express Soundsystem
Azari & Iii
Washed Out
Baxter Dury
Goldheart Assembly
Sound Of Rum
I.R.O.K
Bass Clef
Teeth Of The Sea
Swing Zazou
Zun Zun Egui
Chaper 24
Brendan Rogers
East London Dance
Bones
Delirium Tremens
Kitdafos
Zinc
Toddla T & Serocee Mc
Redlight & Dread Mc
Filthy Dukes
Little Boots
Bok Bok
Martelo
Plastic Thumbs
Real Nice

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