March 6, 2014 18:31

Suede and Frank Turner to headline Kendal Calling 2014

De La Soul, Miles Kane and Happy Mondays will also perform at the festival this summer

Suede and Frank Turner to headline Kendal Calling 2014

Photo: Derek Bremne/NME

Suede and Frank Turner have been announced as headliners for Kendal Calling 2014.

De La Soul, Miles Kane and Happy Mondays will also perform at the festival, which takes place in the Lake District on August 1-3.

Other artists on the bill for this year's bash include Tom Odell, Bondax, Gorgon City, Ella Eyre, Andy C, Zane Lowe, Newton Faulkner, Mr Scruff and chart toppers Clean Bandit.

For more information visit www.kendalcalling.co.uk

Acts confirmed for Kendal Calling Festival 2014 so far are:

Suede
Frank Turner
Miles Kane
Happy Mondays
De La Soul
2 Many DJs (DJ set)
Clean Bandit
Tom Odell
Bondax
Gorgon City
Ella Eyre
Andy C
Zane Lowe
Newton Faulkner
Mr Scruff


To check the availability of Kendal Calling tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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