January 17, 2012 11:01

Noah And The Whale, Billy Bragg, Stornoway for The Apple Cart Festival

Jeffrey Lewis, Neneh Cherry and Marcus Foster also play London's Victoria Park in June

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Noah And The Whale, Billy Bragg and Stornoway have all been confirmed to play London's The Apple Cart Festival on June 3.

Taking place in Victoria Park, the one day music, cabaret, comedy and art festival will also see sets from Jeffrey Lewis and The Junkyard, Kid Creole and the Coconuts and Marcus Foster as well as Neneh Cherry, Marques Toliver and Penguin Café. Turner Prize winner Martin Creed will also be performing songs from his forthcoming album.

The event will feature comedy from Charlie Baker, Josie Long, Seann Walsh and Shappi Khorsandi as well as the Art Cart Boot Fair and artist Gavin Turk's Candlelit Matinee – The House of Fairy Tales Film Theatre and a stage curated by magicians secret society, The Magic Circle.

More acts will be announced for the second Apple Cart festival in the coming weeks. The festival will take place a day after Field Day over the Diamond Jubilee June Bank Holiday weekend.

Early bird tickets are currently on sale for £29.50. For more information visit: theapplecartfestival.com

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

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