Art Brut round off A Fistful Of Fandango - Ticket News

Futures Of The Left and Pete And The Pirates also perform at the four-day festival

Art Brut round off A Fistful Of Fandango - Ticket News
Tickets for Art Brut performing at A Fistful Of Fandango are available now.

The group will play London's 229 on September 12 for the final date of independent label Fandango's four-day bash. Also joining Art Brut will be Hatcham Social, The Molotovs, The Chapman Family, Televised Crimewave and Lion Club.

Herman Dune will kick-start A Fistful Of Fandango on September 9. The band will be joined by Eugene McGuinness, Gaggle, Neil’s Children, Factory Floor and An Experiment On A Bird In The Air Pump.

Future Of The Left will then play on September 10 and will be joined by Dinosaur Pile-up, White Belt Yellow Tag, Victorian English Gentleman's Club, Kasms and KONG.

Pete And The Pirates will then headline on September 11 alongside Goldheart Assembly, Flashguns, Video Nasties and LR Rockets.

For more information and tickets head to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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