March 28, 2012 10:50

The Temper Trap, SCUM, We Are Scientists added to Great Escape 2012 – ticket details

Kids In Glass Houses, Reverend And The Makers join Brighton bill

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The Temper Trap, SCUM and We Are Scientists are among the names added to the bill at The Great Escape this year.

Another 141 artists have been added to the Brighton Festival, which takes place between May 10 and 12 at various venues across the city. They include Reverend And The Makers, Kids In Glass Houses and The Twilight Sad.

Previously, Howler, Spector and Django Django have been announced to play sets over the weekend. Maximo Park will make their live comeback at the festival.

NME will be hosting a showcase at Brighton's Horatios venue throughout the weekend, where Niki & The Dove and Milk Music will take to our stage. The full line-up and schedule for NME Radar's stage at The Great Escape is:

May 10

Niki & The Dove
Friends
Peace
La Femme

May 11

Howler
Money
Palma Violets
TBA

May 12
DZ Deathrays
Milk Music
Eagulls
Drop Out Venus


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

For the full line-up, visit The Great Escape website.

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