A to reunite for one-off show at Merthyr Rock festival 2012 – ticket details

Pulled Apart By Horses, Save Your Breath and Canterbury also join the Welsh event's line-up

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A have announced that they will reunite for a one-off performance at this year's Merthyr Rock Festival.

The event, which takes place from August 31 to September 2 in Cyfartha Park in Wales, has expanded from two days to three days this year. It will be headlined by Razorlight, Skindred and Kids In Glass Houses

A, who feature producer Jason Perry and Radio 1 Rock Show host Daniel P Carter in their line-up, will headline the event's second stage, which has been curated by Welsh rockers The Blackout, on September 2.

As well as A, Canterbury, Marmozets, Proxies, Page 44, Blowgoat, Verses and Buried In Alaska have also been confirmed for the Blackout curated stage.

The second stage will also be curated by Lostprophets on September 1 and will feature sets from Pulled Apart by Horses, Save Your Breath, Neil Starr & Gavin Butler, Exit International, Black And Reds, Bastions, Astroid Boys ?and The Dead Formats.

For full information about the festival, see Hayfestival.com/merthyrrock.

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

The line-up for Merthyr Rock Festival so far is:

Razorlight
Kids In Glass Houses
Deaf Havana
Saves The Day
Lower Than Atlantis
Yashin
Arcane Roots
A
Canterbury
Marmozets
Proxies
Page 44
Blowgoat
Verses
Buried In Alaska
Pulled Apart by Horses
Save Your Breath
Neil Starr & Gavin Butler
Exit_International
Black And Reds
Bastions
Astroid Boys
The Dead Formats
We Are The Ocean
Futures
Straight Lines
Exit Ten
The James Cleaver Quintet
Shadows Chasing Ghosts
Prosperina
The People The Poet
The Lash
Future Of The Left
The Dirty Youth
Dirty Goods
Dopamine
The Dead Wretched
Reaper In Sicily
The Undivided

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