June 5, 2013 9:21

The xx announce full line-up for their London Night + Day festival

Solange, Mount Kimbie, Kindness, Jon Hopkins and London Grammar are all set to appear

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The xx have announced the full line-up for their forthcoming day festival at London's Hatfield House.

The London show will be the last of the band's specially curated day festivals in unusual locations – which started in Lisbon's waterfront park Jardim da Torres de Belëm on May 5 followed by Berlin's abandoned themepark Spreepark on May 18. The Hatfield House event will take place on June 22 and will see performances from Solange, Polica, Mount Kimbie, Kindness, Jon Hopkins and London Grammar and DJ sets from Jamie xx, Floating Points, Benji B, Koreless and Sampha.

The London Night + Day show show was originally due to take place in Osterley Park on June 23 but was moved to June 22 at Hatfield House due to the planned closure of the Piccadilly line.

The full line up for Night + Day London is:

Main Stage:
The xx
Solange
Polica
Kindness
Mount Kimbie
Jon Hopkins
London Grammar


The Bandstand – presented by Young Turks and Deviation
Jamie xx (DJ)
Foating Points (DJ)
Benji B (DJ)
Koreless (live)
Sampha (DJ)


To check the availability of The xx tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS, or call 0844 858 6765.

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