Set in Croatia’s scenic Zagreb lakeside, last year’s spectacular saw performances from Kasabian, Alt-J, Kings Of Leon, Arcade Fire, Slaves and many more.
Reviewing her divisive Brixton show last year, NME wrote: “The truth is that it was a total triumph. Allow us to hop the fence and join those fawning over Annie Clark’s bravery. Here stands the closest thing that our generation has to David Bowie. While David Jones used Bowie as a vehicle and canvas for his fluid and restless ideas, so has Clark with St Vincent.
“In a world where too many play it safe, she thrives on uncertainty with a risk that pays off. She stripped away the excess but maximised the spectacle and stands tall as a singular and powerful force. She’s the icon that we need, even if we don’t know it yet. At least she’s given us something to talk about.”
They join the previously announced acts of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and fellow headliners Queens Of The Stone Age, Talking Heads’ icon David Byrne, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Alice In Chains and The Kills.