Mystery Jets and Professor Green headlining Kent post-exam festival

Tinchy Stryder and Los Campesinos! also playing new summer bash

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Mystery Jets, Professor Green and Tinchy Stryder are amongst the acts booked to play the new The First Days Of Freedom festival in Kent.

Billed as ‘the ultimate party for leavers’, the event will take place July 15-17 on the weekend following the end of school, college and university exams in the UK. The festival’s line-up was chosen with the help of 364 students, who were sourced by the promoters from the festival’s Facebook page.

A host of unsigned acts will also be joining the bill, which includes established acts Los Campesinos!, Ms Dynamite and The King Blues. The festival will take place in Port Lympne in Hythe.



For more information visit Thefirstdaysoffreedom.com

The The First Days Of Freedom line-up is:

Mystery Jets
Los Campesinos!
Zane Lowe (BBC Radio 1)
The King Blues
Tinchy Stryder
Professor Green
Skream
Benga
Ms Dynamite
Tempa T
Modestep
Flux Pavilion
Dirtyphonics
Ed Sheeran
Slum Dogz
Millions Like Us
Kaya
Bleech
Blue Lip Feel
The Chutes
Lowkey
Bears Den
Abi Philips & Sam Gray
Samiad
Kid Masive & Joel Xavier
Alpha Beatz DJ Set
Lego Lloyd
Simon Pitt
Robin Parris
Mistajam (BBC Radio 1)
Caspa
Drifta
Scorcher
Sneakbo
Encore
Nu Brand


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

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