Zutons, British Sea Power, Wombats for Red List Live

Bands set to play charity festival in a Zoo

The Zutons will headline charity festival Red List Live this June.

The 15,000 capacity festival takes place at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent on June 19-21.

Other acts on the bill include British Sea Power, The Damned, The Wedding Present and The Wombats.

Red List Live is aiming to raise £1 million to protect endangered species, and also to increase the profile of animal charity The Aspinall Foundation (who are organising the event).

The full line-up for Red List Live is:

65 Days Of Static
A Boys Room
Alice Heggie
Allegro
Archie Bronson Outfit
Argy Bargy
Asteroids Broke My Stereo
Bender Crack Corn
Blank Generation
British Sea Power
Charlies Shed
ChavTownBand
Cloud Guru
Cocos Lovers
Conflict
Dani Groombridge
Dead 90s
Dead Pets
Deadline
Debutant Disco
D-Finitive
Drongo’s For Europe
Dun to Def
Elephants
Falzones
Freddie Keen
Funeral Dress
Gonads
Jack The Rip-Off
John Sterry
Jon Woode
Karova
Kelly Stanley
Kid iD
Klaus Says Buy The Record
Krissy and the Jackdaws
Lights Go Blue
Lucy Kitt
Luna Park Rescue
Middle Finger Salute
Motion Picture Soundtrack
My First Tooth
Nick Toczek
One Way System
Paisley Grammar
Panic Room
Peter And The Test Tube Babies
Picturebox
Pictures Of Shanghai
Polka Party
Rob Skipper + The Musical Differences
Rusko
Seven Story Down
Spizz Energy
Strawberry Blondes
Stu Turner
Syd Arthur
The Alarm
the boy.the girl.and all the world.
The Chinese Fireworks Company
The Crack
The Damned
The Dual
The Exposed
The Flack
The Flowing
The Help Movement
The Kites
The Lucky Face
The Novels
The Scratch Perverts
The Soundcasters
The Undertones
The Wedding Present
The Wombats
The Zutons
Three Bob Nation
Tom Williams and the Boat
UK Subs
Vaughan King
Wear Wolves
Welcome To Winchester
White Rose Movement
Will I Was
Zoo For You

Tickets for Red List Live are on sale now. For more information see Redlistlive.com.

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