Soulwax to headline Secret Garden Party - ticket details

Django Django, Bastille, The Strypes also on the bill to play the Cambridgeshire festival

Soulwax to headline Secret Garden Party - ticket details

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Soulwax are to headline this summer's Secret Garden Party.

The pioneering Belgian electronic group, headed by brothers David and Stephen Dewaele, will top the bill at the Cambridgeshire festival, which takes place from July 25-28 and plays host to Django Django, Bastille and The Strypes.

Also announced in the initial line-up to play the festival are Childhood, Big Youth, Wolf Alice, London Grammar, Public Service Broadcasting, Son Of Dave, Unkle (DJ set) and Embrace (DJ Set). For more information about the line-up, visit SecretGardenParty.com.

The theme for this year's bash is 'superstition', with promises of a supernatural weekend. Also new for 2013 is a landscaped amphitheatre to "frolic in". Organisers say this dedicated new space will allow for "feral theatre and games throughout the day and at night will be transformed into a space full of wild gatherings, ceremonies and ferocious celebrations."

Secret Garden Party will take place at Mill Hill Field in Abbots Ripton from July 25-28. For more information about the festival, visit SecretGardenParty.com.

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

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