Mogwai to headline Green Man Festival 2012 - ticket details

Dexys, Cate Le Bon, Benjamin Francis Leftwich also join the line-up for the Welsh event

Mogwai to headline Green Man Festival 2012 - ticket details

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Mogwai have been confirmed as the final headliner of this year's Green Man Festival.

The Scottish rockers, who released their seventh studio album 'Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will' in 2011, join Feist and Van Morrison in headlining the event, which takes place in Wales' Brecon Beacons from August 17-19.

Also newly added to the line-up are Dexys, Cate Le Bon, Lower Dens, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Crybaby, Paul Thomas Saunders, Stuff, Withered Hand and King Charles.

They join a bill that already includes Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, The Walkmen, Jonathan Richman, The Felice Brothers, Tune-Yards, Of Montreal, King Creosote & Jon Hopkins, Michael Kiwanuka and over 30 other acts.

See Greenman.net for more information about the festival.

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

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

Van Morrison
Feist
Mogwai
Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
The Walkmen
Jonathan Richman
The Felice Brothers
Tune-Yards
Of Montreal
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins
Michael Kiwanuka
Yann Tiersen
Scritti Politti
Dexys
Cate Le Bon
Lower Dens
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Crybaby
Paul Thomas Saunders
Stuff
Withered Hand
King Charles
Junior Boys
The Time & Space Machine
Damien Jurado
Bowerbirds
Field Music
James Blake (DJ set)
Mr Scruff
Vondelpark
Lone
Airhead
The Chain
Friends
Cass McCombs
Slow Club
Ghostpoet
Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny
Willy Mason
Dark Dark Dark
Daughter
Peaking Lights
Three Trapped Tigers
Megafaun
Islet
Joe Pug
Lucy Rose
Trembling Bells
Cashier No 9
The Wave Pictures
TOY
Pictish Trail
Teeth of the Sea
Laura J Martin
Sweet Baboo
Alt-J
KWES
Gang Colours
Rocketnumbernine
Steve Smyth
Jamie N Commons
Stealing Sheep
Vadoinmessico
Treetop Flyers
Tiny Ruins
Seamus Fogarty
Chailo Sim
RM Hubbert
Mowbird
Goodnight Lenin
Pete Paphides - Vinyl Revival
The Perch Creek Family Jug Band
Richard Warren

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