The Fratellis to headline 2009 Hop Farm Festival

Scots stars join the likes of Paul Weller, Doves and Editors at the bash

The Fratellis to headline 2009 Hop Farm Festival
The Fratellis have been announced as the headliners of day one of the 2009 Hop Farm Festival.

Taking place at Paddock Wood in Kent on July 4-5, other bands playing Hop Farm include Paul Weller, Editors, Doves and Super Furry Animals.

Tickets for the two-day festival - which has a no sponsorship policy - are onsale now.

The complete line up for Hop Farm 2009 so far is:

July 4:
The Fratellis
The Pigeon Detectives
Echo and The Bunnymen
Florence and the Machine
Noah and the Whale
Howling Bells
Etienne De Crecy Live
Dr Lektroluv
D.I.M
Jape
The Twilight Sad
Let’s Wrestle
The Good The Bad

July 5:
Paul Weller
Editors
Doves
Super Furry Animals
Mystery Jets
Ladyhawke
The Rifles
That Petrol Emotion
2ManyDJ’s
Scratch Perverts
Alex Gopher
Burn the Negative
R.S.A.G.
65 Days of Static
Dananananaykroyd

To check the availability of Hop Farm 2009 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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