Wavves, Willis Earl Beal, Neon Indian added to Dot To Dot festival

Pond, Admiral Fallow will also play at the travelling festival

Wavves, Willis Earl Beal, Neon Indian added to Dot To Dot festival

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Wavves, Willis Earl Beal and Neon Indian have been added to the line-up for this year's Dot To Dot Festival.

Taking place in Bristol (June 2), Nottingham (June 3) and Manchester (June 4), the travelling event will see headline performances by The Drums and Pulled Apart By Horses.

Elsewhere on the bill, Summer Camp Willy Mason and Lucy Rose are among a host of artists who will be appearing across the Jubilee bank holiday weekend. Meanwhile, Neon Indian will make just one appearance at this year's event, as he is only booked to play the Manchester date (June 4).

Festival organiser Anton Lockwood said: “Our second announcement for Dot To Dot 2012 sees us welcome some of the most hotly-tipped new acts in the world, including some stars of SXSW."

The line-up so far is:

The Drums
Pulled Apart By Horses
Willy Mason
Wavves
Neon Indian (Manchester only)
Willis Early Beal
Hooray For Earth
Pond
Admiral Fallow
Bastille
Beth Jeans Houghton (Bristol Only)
Bondax
Clock Opera
Eyes On Film (Manchester & Nottingham)
Islet
Jake Bugg
Kyla La Grange
Lulu James
Murray James
The Night
Patterns
Peace
Rae Morris
Random Impulse
The Rumour Said Fire
Ryan Keen
Scoundrels
Shinies (Manchester only)
Swiss
THePETEBOX
Turbowolf
Dog Is Dead
Summer Camp
Lucy Rose
ThePetebox
Pearl And The Beard
Wonder Villains
Vadoinmessico
Broken Hands
Deaf Club
Dirty Goods


Tickets are on sale now and cost £20 for each day. For more information, visit: Dottodotfestival.com.

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