February 5, 2009 11:31

PJ Harvey to headline Camp Bestival

Mercury Rev, Bon Iver also set for the Dorset bash

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PJ Harvey is to play her only UK solo show of the year at Camp Festival this July.

The Dorset bash, which takes place at Lulworth Castle from July 24 to 26, has announced its full line-up today (February 5).

In the true spirit of the festival, organisers have got 'Hi De Hi''s Peggy Ollerenshaw (played by actress Su Pollard) to announce the line-up on a specially recorded YouTube video, which you can watch by scrolling down now.

Other bands confirmed to play include Wild Beasts, Micachu, Candi Staton, Mercury Rev and Bon Iver.

Comedians Frankie Boyle, Phill Jupitus and Marcus Brigstocke are also on Camp Bestival's bill.

The following bands will play Camp Bestival:

Andy C
Annie Mac
Aerpolane
Barry Peter
Bastila
Benga
Bon Iver
Boys Noize
Candi Staton
Chase And Status (Feat. Takura, Mc Rage & Plan B)
Chic (Feat Nile Rodgers)
Dan Black
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Dj Derek
Dj Yoda
Drums Of Death
Ebony Bones
Erol Alkan
Frank Tope
Gilles Peterson
Golden Silvers
Greg Wilson
Hayseed Dixie
High Contrast
Hockey
Horace Andy & Dub Asante
Imelda May
Introducing
Laura Izibor
Lucky Elephant
Marina And The Diamonds
Mercury Rev
Micachu
O Death
Pj Harvey
Roots Manuva
Rusko (Live)
Scratch Perverts
Silent Disco
Skream
The Cuban Brothers
The Dub Pistols
Trojan Sound System
Wave Machines
Wild Beasts
Zane Lowe


See Campbestival.co.uk for more information.

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

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