The Futureheads and New Young Pony Club added to Playaway festival line-up

Calvin Harris, Plan B and Alphabeat already confirmed for the Skegness event

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The Futureheads and New Young Pony Club have been added to the line-up for the upcoming Playaway Festival.

As previously reported, the likes of Calvin Harris, Plan B and The Noisettes have already been confirmed for the event.

Taking place at Skegness Butlins between April 16-18. Fans will be staying in the Butlins accommodation apartments – see Playawayfestival.co.uk for more information.

The Playaway Festival line-up so far is:

Calvin Harris
Scouting For Girls
The Futureheads
New Young Pony Club
The Noisettes
Plan B
Alphabeat
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Chase And Status (DJ set)
Daisy Dares You
Rox
Out Est Le Swimming Pool
Darwin Deez
Alan Poenall
General Fiasco


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