Fat White Family and Cate Le Bon lead latest Beacons Festival line-up additions

Joanna Gruesome, Speedy Ortiz and Erol Alkan will also appear at Yorkshire festival this August

Fat White Family and Cate Le Bon lead latest Beacons Festival line-up additions

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Cate Le Bon, Fat White Family, Joanna Gruesome and Charli XCX are among the latest acts confirmed for this year's Beacons Festival.

The three-day festival, which takes place on the Funkirk Estate, Skipton, North Yorkshire between August 7 and 10, will also see performances from headliners Jon Hopkins, Daughter and Darkside, as confirmed earlier this year.

Joining them on the bill in the latest raft of line-up additions will be Erol Alkan, Joy Orbison, Daphni, The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Rejjie Snow, Metz, The Wytches, John Wizards, Speedy Ortiz, Adult Jazz, Womans Hour, Slaves, Younghusband and Sivu.

Other names confirmed for the line-up earlier this year were Eagulls, The Fall and Hookworms, while East India Youth, Toy, Pins and Girl Band will also perform.

Last year, Savages, Solange and Temples all played at Beacons Festival, with other acts in the line-up including Everything Everything, Dutch Uncles, Esben And The Witch, Childhood and Wolf Alice.

For more information and ticketing details, visit Greetingsfrombeacons.com.

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