March 8, 2011 8:30

Maccabees, Graham Coxon for Leicester's Summer Sundae - ticket details

The Bees and Newton Faulkner also confirmed for August festival

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The Maccabees, Graham Coxon and The Bees all among the first acts confirmed for Leicester's Summer Sundae Festival this year.

The festival, which takes place in Leicester's Victoria Park on August 12–14, will also see sets from Little Comets, Newton Faulkner and Bellowhead.

Summer Sundae Festival was headlined by Seasick Steve, Tinchy Stryder and Mumford and Sons in 2010.

See Summersundae.com for more information.

To check the availability of Summer Sundae tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for the Summer Sundae Festival so far is:

The Maccabees
Graham Coxon
Newton Faulkner
The Bees
Bellowhead
The Cuban Brothers
Wilko Johnson
John Cooper Clarke
Little Comets
CW Stoneking
Liam Bailey
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Mama Rosin
Raghu Dixit
Skinny Lister
The Black Atlantic
Dizraeli And The Small Gods
Various Cruelties

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