March 4, 2009 9:32

Pigeon Detectives, Ladyhawke, Metronomy set for 2009 Underage Festival

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Pigeon Detectives, Ladyhawke, Metronomy set for 2009 Underage Festival
The Pigeon Detectives, Ladyhawke and Metronomy are set to play this year's Underage Festival.

Hadouken!, Esser and The Chapman Family are also among those confirmed for the festival which takes place in London's Victoria Park on August 2.

The full list of bands playing the 14-18 year-old festival so far are:

The Pigeon Detectives
LadyHawke
Hadouken!
Metronomy
Rolo Tomassi
Esser
Tinchy Stryder
Kissy Sell Out
Caspa (DJ)
First Aid Kit
JME
Marina And The Diamonds
Plastician
Pull In Emergency
Rosie And The Goldbug
Rusko (live)
The Chapman Family
The Whip
The XX
TomB Crew
Tommy Sparks
Video Nasties


NME.COM is selling tickets exclusive now ahead of the general sale on later this week.

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

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