Tom Vek set to headline Greetings From Beacons festival – ticket details

Vek joins Jamie Woon and Jamie XX as headliner of Yorkshire event

Tom Vek set to headline Greetings From Beacons festival – ticket details

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Tom Vek has been announced as the final headliner for Greetings From Beacons festival in Yorkshire this August.

The singer, who released his long awaited second album ’Leisure Seizure’ earlier this year, joins Jamie Woon and Jamie XX as the event’s headliners.

Greetings From Beacons takes place at Heslaker Farm in Skipton, North Yorkshire from August 12 – 14.

Other acts confirmed to play the festival include Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Dry The River, Summer Camp, Mount Kimbie, Dananananaykroyd and Dels.

For more information about the festival go to Greetingsfrombeacons.com.

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

The full line-up for Greetings From Beacons festival so far is:

Tom Vek
Frankie And The Heartstrings
Dananananaykroyd
Dels
Dry The River
Summer Camp
Factory Floor
Jamie Woon
Mount Kimbie
Hudson Mohawke
Optimo
Lone
Driver Drive Faster
Serious Sam Barrett
Gentlemens' Pistols
These Join
Jamie XX
Factory Floor
The Phantom Band
Polar Bear
Willy Mason
Anika
The Twilight Sad
The Apples
Ghostpoet
Toddla T
Mr Scruff
Wolf People
Andy Votel
Dutch Uncles
Ramadanman
Mazes
Pariah
Demdike Stare
D/R/U/G/S
Star Slinger
Ducktails
Emmy The Great
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Iliketrains
Islet
Fantastic Mr Fox
Napoleon Iiird
Girl Unit
Man Like Me
Dog Is Dead
Paper Crows
My Tiger My Timing
That Fucking Tank
Spectrals
Ellen & The Escapades

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