March 5, 2010 12:54

Mystery Jets, Ellie Goulding, Beach House confirmed for Dot To Dot Festival 2010

May event takes place at venues in Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester

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Mystery Jets, Ellie Goulding, Los Campesinos! and Beach House are among the acts included in the line-up for this year's Dot To Dot Festival.

The first wave of acts for the May 29-31 festival, which takes place at various venues in Bristol (29), Nottingham (30) and Manchester (31), also include Liars, Blood Red Shoes and Washed Out.

Artists playing the festival will be chatting to NME Radio, who are partnering the event, in the run-up to Dot To Dot.

The line-up so far for Dot To Dot Festival is:

Mystery Jets
Ellie Goulding (Bristol/Nottingham dates)
Los Campesinos!
Beach House (Nottingham/Manchester dates)
Twisted Wheel
Blood Red Shoes
Washed Out
Egyptian Hip Hop
Zane Lowe
Chapel Club
Daisy Dares You

Bands will play at the following venues:

Bristol (May 29):
Anson Rooms
O2 Academy

Nottingham (30):
Rock City
Rescue Rooms
Trent Uni

Manchester (31):
O2 Academy 1, 2, 3
Club Academy
Deaf Institute

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

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