Mike Skinner and Actress to appear at new London festival Elsewhere

Kelela, Floating Points and Ryan Hemsworth also set to appear at Hackney event in May

Mike Skinner and Actress to appear at new London festival Elsewhere

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Mike Skinner and Actress are among the first names confirmed for new London festival Elsewhere.

The two day festival will take place in Hackney, east London between May 2-3 with Floating Points, Kelela, Lxury and Ryan Hemsworth also among the raft of names announced today (March 19). Taking place in and around various venues in Hackney, Elsewhere is the latest project by club promoters Dollop and is the sister event of Nottingham's Everywhere, which launched last year.

Venues confirmed so far include The Laundry, Oslo and London Fields Brewery, with more to come. Tickets are available from 11am priced between £12.50 - £17.50 per day. Scroll down to see a full list of artists and DJs confirmed for Elsewhere 2014 so far.

Doc Daneeka
Floating Points
Marcellus Pittman
Mike Skinner
Ryan Hemsworth

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/ElsewhereFestival

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

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