SFA MAKE WIGHT MOVE!

The band top the bill at Bestival 2005...

SFA MAKE WIGHT MOVE!
SUPER FURRY ANIMALS and THE GO! TEAM have been added to the bill for BESTIVAL 2005, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.

SFA, whose new album is out in August, will be the headliners on the Sunday night of the event, which takes place in the Isle Of Wight’s Robin Hill Country Park between September 9-11.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the event will also feature performances from Soulwax, The Magic Numbers, Lee Perry 'Scratch', Terry Hall, Bees, Tom Vek, [/a], Emiliana Torrini, The Earlies, Hot Chip and The Filthy Dukes with more acts still to be announced.

[a] have also confirmed that they will host the 24 Hour Village. BBC Radio 1’s Bobby & Nihal are lined up to present the Bollywood Cocktail Bar.

Hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank, Bestival is in its second year and tickets are available through the box office on 08700 667753.

For more information, visit www.bestival.net.

Read More On This Artist

Super Furry Animals Merchandise
More News
Will Butler shares new Christmas song 'Christmas 2014' - listen
Gucci Mane releases Christmas album
Google to start publishing lyrics online
Sleaford Mods criticise UKIP and cereal "jesters" in alternative Christmas Queen's...
Thom Yorke tops list of most legally downloaded artists on BitTorrent in 2014
Fat White Family share new song for Christmas - watch
Radio 1 boss George Ergatoudis: 'There's no reason why there couldn't be a new...
Gerard Way: 'I miss the theatricality of My Chemical Romance'
14 more songs from Madonna's upcoming album leak online, including Pharrell collaboration
St Vincent hosts radio show for BBC 6 Music's 'Three Wise Women' Christmas...
The War on Drugs' Adam Granduciel: 'I didn't like the way Mark Kozelek criticised...
Avril Lavigne denies rumours that she's in rehab
Prince shares lyric video for 'ANOTHERLOVE' - watch
Arctic Monkeys share short documentary film to mark end of 'AM' world tour
Wale and A-Trak release new Seinfeld-themed 'Festivus' mixtape
Madonna asks fans not to listen to her leaked album tracks
Bryan Ferry's son Merlin injured in car crash
One Direction sing 'Santa Claus Is Coming To Town' with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots - watch
Footage emerges of a young Björk telling the nativity story - watch
Kanye West impersonator turns 'Yeezus' into a Christmas album - listen
$39 million settlement reached for 2011 Sugarland stage collapse which killed seven
Darkside's Dave Harrington joined by Antlers' frontman for Joni Mitchell cover - listen

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM