The Coral to play acoustic set at Lounge On The Farm

Wirrall indie rockers to headline Kent bash

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The Coral are set to headline the forthcoming Lounge On The Farm festival near Canterbury, Kent on July 13.

The band will play an acoustic set.

The Draytones, DJ Format, We Smoke Fags, Semifinalists and Holy Ghost Revival have also been added to the bill.

The likes of Art Brut, Black Kids and Lightspeed Champion had already been announced.

The line-up so far is:

The Coral (Acoustic Set)
Lightspeed Champion
The Bees
Art Brut
Black Kids
Mystery Jets
Holy Fuck
Semifinalists
We Smoke Fags
The Draytones
Jon Carter
Dub Pistols Sound System
Sargasso Trio
Pete Molinari
Kevin Rowland (DJ Set)
Terry Hall (DJ set)
Tom Hingley
Aba Shanti Sound System
DJ Format
Sonny J
Kitty Daisy & Lewis
Holly Golightly & The Broke Offs
Underground Heroes
Guy Williams
Bones
Billy Childish
Larry Jon Wilson
The Shortwave Set
Johnny Flynn and The Sussex Wit
The Bookhouse Boys
Micachu, Holy Ghost Revival
Official Secrets Act
Esser
Findlay Brown
Bonobo
Polar Bear
Pest
The Filthy Dukes (DJ Set)
Caged Baby (DJ Set)
Mike Strutter Group
Midfield General
Toddla T
Los Campesinos
Cadence Weapon
Johnny Foreigner
Cats in Paris
Cibelle
The Loungs
Wave Machines
Those Dancing Days
Onlookers
Post War Years
Magistrates
Glam Chops
Future and the Boy
Subliminal Girls
Lupen Crook & The Murderbirds
Ralfe Band
Pete Greenwood
Burning Leaves
Smoke Fairies
Island Line
Moon Music Orchestra
Diagonal
Wolf People
The Quartet
Eddie Parker
Café Crème at Les Freres Smith
Syd Arthur
Up C Down C
Brigadier Ambrose
Zombie Met Girl
Eben
Intraverse
What Would Jesus Drive
Hotrods n Dragsters
Seven Storey Down
Letters From London & The Suggestions

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