April 19, 2013 12:54

Merchandise, Parquet Courts and Temples to play NME Radar shows at The Great Escape

Full line-up and venue announcements for Radar takeover of Brighton festival

Merchandise, Parquet Courts and Temples to play NME Radar shows at The Great Escape

Photo: Pooneh Ghana/NME

Merchandise, Parquet Courts and Temples are among the bands playing intimate NME Radar shows at The Great Escape festival this year.

The full line-up and venue announcements for the Brighton festival can be exclusively revealed today with the news that Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs will headline an NME Radar show on May 16 at The Haunt on a bill that also includes Feathers, Superfood and Honeyblood.

The second day of the festival (May 17) sees Temples, Wytches and Jacco Gardner at The Haunt. Merchandise will perform live as part of a late-night takeover of The Haunt on the Friday night alongside two mystery guests to be revealed closer to the day of gig. Last year Palma Violets, Peace and Milk Music all played intimate sets on the stage before hitting the bigtime and this year will feature another impressive line-up with one NME cover band already confirmed for the late night show alongside Merchandise.

Finally, NME Radar brings the festival to a close on Saturday, May 18 at The Haunt with Parquet Courts, Jagwar Ma, Highasakite and The Orwells all playing live.

To check the availability of The Great Escape tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Thursday, May 16

NME Radar - The Haunt
Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs
Feathers
Superfood
Honeyblood

Friday, May 17

NME Radar - The Haunt
Temples
Wytches
Jacco Gardner
Velociraptor!

NME Radar - The Haunt (late night show)
Merchandise
Special Guests TBC

Saturday, May 18

NME Radar - The Haunt
Parquet Courts
Jagwar Ma
Highasakite
The Orwells

Selected artists performing at The Great Escape include:

The 1975
Bastille
Childhood
Chvrches
Drenge
Iggy Azalea
Indians
Jacco Gardner
Jagwar Ma
King Krule
Kodaline
Mac Demarco
Mo
The Neighbourhood
Parquet Courts
The Strypes
Superfood
Swim Deep
Temples
Tom Odell
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Wolf Alice
A Tribe Called Red
AA Wallace
Andy Shauf
Arcane Roots
Atlas Genius
Allah-Las
AlunaGeorge
Awaken I Am
A*M*E
Aliment
Ain't No Love
Andreya Triana
Anushka
Beau
Black Atlantic
Blathazar
Big Deal
Bo Bruce
Coach Station Reunion
Cheatahs
Chloe Howl
Chris Cohen
Deap Vally
Eaux
Ewert And The Two Dragons
Enchanted Hunters
Endian
Evelinn Trouble
Everything Everything
Girls Names
Glass Animals
Honningbarna
Jenny Hval
Jake Isaac
JC Satan
Klaxons
Last Night In Paris
Lulu James
L'Hereu Escampa
Mark E
Mary Epworth
Moxie
Nadine Shah
Oddisee
Palm Reader
Peter Kernel
PS I Love You
Pictorial Candi
RDGLDGRN
Rossevelt
Sean Nicholas Savage
Sega Bodega
Saint Raymond
Sons and Lovers
Spencer
The Blackout
The KDMS
The Physics House Band
The Rumour Said Fire
Trevino
Tribes
We Were Evergreen
The Nextmen
Velvet Two Stripes
Za!




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