The Drums, Pulled Apart By Horses, Willy Mason for Dot To Dot Festival

Dog Is Dead, Summer Camp, Lucy Rose also play the event in Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester

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The Drums, Pulled Apart By Horses and Willy Mason are amongst the first acts to be announced for this summer's Dot To Dot Festival.

Taking place in Bristol (June 2), Nottingham (June 3) and Manchester (June 4), the traveling event will also see performances from Summer Camp, Dog Is Dead and Lucy Rose, with more acts to be announced.

Festival organiser Anton Lockwood has said: "More than ever Dot To Dot 2012 will see a great line up of exciting new music alongside the hottest live acts at the moment. Our first announcement of indie titans The Drums and fast rising rockers Pulled Apart By Horses sets the tone for Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester to each have a great day of fresh and exciting music."

Tickets are on sale now and cost £20 for each day. For more information, visit: Dottodotfestival.com.

The line-up so far is:

The Drums
Pulled Apart By Horses
Willy Mason
Dog Is Dead
Summer Camp
Lucy Rose
ThePetebox
Pearl And The Beard
Wonder Villains
Vadoinmessico
Broken Hands
Deaf Club
Dirty Goods

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