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Scottish band join The Wombats and We Are Scientists in headlining the Derbyshire event

The View to headline Y-Not Festival – ticket details

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The View have been confirmed as the final headliner of this summer's Y-Not Festival.

The event takes place in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire and runs from August 3-5, with We Are Scientists and The Wombats confirmed as the other two bill-toppers.

Also booked to play the event are The Subways, The Pigeon Detectives, Rolo Tomassi, Pulled Apart By Horses, Summer Camp, Fixers, Lower Than Atlantis and over 50 other acts.

To check the availability of Y-Not Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Y Not Festival line up so far is:

The View
The Pigeon Detectives
Frightened Rabbit
King Charles
Sound Of Guns
Vadoinmessico
Fixers
The Crookes
Smiling Ivy
The Wombats
British Sea Power
Reverend and the Makers
Vintage Trouble
Summer Camp
Cast of Cheers
FOE
The Good Natured
Black Fuzz
We are Scientists
The Subways
Hadouken
Future of the Left
Frankie & The Heartstrings
Federation Of The Disco Pimp
Young Aviators
The Black Hands
Rolo Tomassi
Canterbury
Straight Lines
Brontide
&U&I
Delta Alaska
Juniors
Alright the Captain
Scutty Neighbours
Dinosaur Pile Up
The Xcerts
Turbowolf
Hawk Eyes
Tall Ships
Freeze The Atlantic
InFlightProgram
Without Maps
Trillionaires
Lower Than Atlantis
Exit Ten
Marmozets
Black and Reds
Fever Fever
Them Wolves
The Hush
Bleech
Troops of Mafeking
Ghostpoet
Little Comets
Various Cruelties
BIGkids
Jim Lockey
Proxies
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Pulled Apart By Horses
General Fiasco
Huey Morgan
Juan Zelada
Bastille
Boat To Row
Jenny O
Slow Club
Lucy Rose
Phantom Limb
Masters in France
Skinny Lister

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