Warpaint, Wire, Clinic for Stag & Dagger festival – ticket details

New Young Pony Club and Sons And Daughters also on the bill

Warpaint, Wire, Clinic for Stag & Dagger festival – ticket details

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Warpaint, Wire and Clinic are among the acts confirmed to play this year's Stag & Dagger festival.

The festival takes place across six London venues on May 19 and then on May 21 in Glasgow.

Wire, Toro Y Moi and New Young Pony Club have been confirmed to play the London leg, with more acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

Warpaint, Sons & Daughters, Clinic and Three Trapped Tigers will play the Glasgow leg.

See Staganddagger.com for more details.

The London line-up so far is:

Wire
Toro Y Moi
James Yuill
New Young Pony Club


The Glasgow line-up so far is:

Sons And Daughters
Warpaint
Broken Records
Admiral Fallow
Toro Y Moi
Rachel Sermanni
Clinic
Bo Ningen
Three Trapped Tigers
Desalvo
Kurt Vile
Tribes
The Cave Singers
Numbers


To check the availability of Stag And Dagger Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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