Wolf Alice, The Amazing Snakeheads and Superfood added to Secret Garden Party 2014 line-up Wolf Alice Tickets

They join likes of Jagwar Ma, Fat White Family and Little Dragon on bill

Wolf Alice, The Amazing Snakeheads and Superfood added to Secret Garden Party 2014 line-up

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Wolf Alice, Superfood and The Amazing Snakeheads have all joined the line-up for The Secret Garden Party 2014.

London four-piece Wolf Alice lead the latest additions to the festival's bill, with the hotly-tipped Birmingham band Superfood and Glasgow's The Amazing Snakheads also now set to play the event. Acts previously confirmed for the event include Little Dragon, Fat White Family and Jagwar Ma. For more details and the full line-up, visit Secretgardenparty.com.

The Secret Garden Party 2014 will take place in Cambridgeshire from July 24 – 27. Last year's festival saw performances from London Grammar, The Strypes, Childhood, Regina Spektor and Willy Mason.

Earlier this month, Wolf Alice also announced details of a UK tour to take place this May. They will be joined by will be joined by Superfood in support as they embark on the 17-date stretch throughout May, starting off in Glasgow on May 1. Gigs in Hull, Sheffield, Newcastle, York, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge, Bedford, Guildford, Leicester, Portsmouth, Brighton, Preston, Stoke and Milton Keynes will then follow before a homecoming show for headliners Wolf Alice at London's Scala on May 28.

Wolf Alice will play:

Glasgow King Tuts (May 1)
Hull Fruit (5)
Sheffield Leadmill 2 (6)
Newcastle Think Tank (7)
York The Duchess (8)
Birmingham Temple (12)
Oxford Academy 2 (13)
Cambridge Portland Arms (14)
Bedford Esquire (15)
Guildford The Boileroom (16)
Leicester Cookie Jar (17)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (18)
Brighton The Haunt (20)
Preston 53 Degrees (21)
Stoke Sugar Mill (22)
Milton Keynes Crauford Arms (27)
London Scala (28)


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