Crocodiles, Summer Camp, Austra added to Field Day 2012 bill - ticket details

Jessie Ware, Citizens and Laurel Halo also join London event's line-up

Crocodiles, Summer Camp, Austra added to Field Day 2012 bill - ticket details

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Crocodiles, Summer Camp and Austra have been added to the bill for this year's Field Day festival.

The festival, which will take place on June 2, has also added Eats Everything, Jessie Ware, Kassem Mosse, Last Dinosaurs, Laurel Halo, Sunless '97, When Saints Go Machine and Citizens to its bill.

The new additions join already confirmed headliners Franz Ferdinand and a host of other acts including Metronomy, The Vaccines, Beirut, Errors and Zulu Winter.

The event will once again be held in London's Victoria Park. More acts will be announced in the coming months. See Fielddayfestivals.com for more information.

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

The Field Day line-up so far is as follows:

Afrocubism
Andrew Bird
Baxter Dury
Beirut
Errors
Fennesz
Franz Ferdinand
Gold Panda
Here We Go Magic
Hudson Mohawke
Julio Bashmore
Mazzy Star
Metronomy
Outfit
Maya Jane Coles
Papa M
R. Stevie Moore
Revere
Rocketnumbernine
Rustie
SBTRKT
Spector
Tortoise
The Vaccines
Zulu Winter
Austra
Citizens
Crocodiles
Eats Everything
Jessie Ware
Kassem Mosse
Last Dinosaurs
Laurel Halo
Summer Camp
Sunless '97
When Saints Go Machine

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