The Horrors, Christopher Owens, AlunaGeorge, Peter Hook confirmed for MIDI festival 2013

French festival announces first wave of artists

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The Horrors, Christopher Owens, AlunaGeorge, and Peter Hook & The Light are some of the first acts to be announced for MIDI Festival 2013.

The French festival, which is now in its ninth year, takes place between Friday July 26 and Sunday July 28 in the medieval city of Hyeres, in the French Riviera. Other acts confirmed include AlunaGeorge, King Krule, Mount Kimbie, Mykki Blanko, Splashh, and ex WU LYF member Francis Lung.

Previous years have seen the likes of Bon Iver, R. Stevie Moore, Disclosure, SBTRKT, Primal Scream, Hudson Mohawke, Alt- J and The xx take to the stage.

Initial Acts Confirmed for MIDI 2013 are as follows:

The Horrors
Mount Kimbie
Peter Hook & the Light
Christopher Owens
King Krule
Mykki Blanco
Justin Martin
Only Real
Francis Lung
Jed Nayef

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