March 27, 2013 13:47

Deap Vally, Swim Deep and The Family Rain join Dot To Dot Festival 2013 bill - ticket details

Tom Odell, MØ and Findlay are also on this year's line up

Deap Vally, Swim Deep and The Family Rain join Dot To Dot Festival 2013 bill - ticket details

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Deap Vally, Swim Deep, The Family Rain and Tom Odell have been added to the line-up for this year's Dot To Dot Festival.

Now in its ninth year, the three day bash, which will be held across Manchester (May 24), Bristol (25) and Nottingham (26). They join previously announced acts MØ, Dry The River, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Lucy Rose and The 1975.

Festival Organiser Anton Lockwood said: "I'm delighted to welcome some of the hottest new acts on the planet with our second announcement for Dot To Dot Festival. Highlights include Brit-winning Tom Odell who barely needs an introduction, and all-female, Californian, gritty blues duo Deap Vally who are surely the most exciting rock 'n' roll band of the year. They are joined by a host of stars of the future – I can’t wait to see which of them will follow Dot To Dot 2012 alumni Jake Bugg and Bastille to the top of the charts."

Tickets are on sale now and cost £20 for each day. For more information, visit Dottodotfestival.co.uk.

The full line-up is as follows:

Dry The River
Tom Odell
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Lucy Rose
The 1975
Beans on Toast
Bo Ningen
Chapel Club
Deap Vally
Little Green Cars
London Grammar

Ruen Brothers
Swim Deep
Wave Machines
A Plastic Rose
Ady Suleiman
Best Friends
Billy Lockett
Blackeye
Black Books
Blue Hawaii
Candy Says
Chlöe Howl
Dan Croll
Findlay
Golden Fable
Heart-Ships
Houndmouth
Matthew & Me
Mausi
Middle Class Rut
Night Engine
Only Real
PINS
Random Impulse
Satellite Stories
SKATERS
Snakadaktal
Story Books
Syron
Teleman
The Bots
The Family Rain
Wildflowers
Wolf Alice

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