Reverend And The Makers to headline Beat-Herder Festival

The Whip, Filthy Dukes, James Yuill also play the Ribble Valley do

Reverend and The Makers, Beardyman, The Whip, Filthy Dukes and James Yuill are all set to play Lancashire‘s Beat-Herder festival.

Set in the Ribble Valley, the 5,000-capacity festival is a low-cost, eco-friendly event that also features art, comedy and theatre along with music. The event runs from July 3-5.

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The Beat-Herder line up so far is:

Reverend and The Makers
The Whip
Filthy Dukes
Young Punx
Dub Pistols
Banco De Gaia
Nucleus roots
Biscuit Head and The Biscuit Badgers
Voodoo Trombone Quartet
Monkey Wrenchers
Sugarbeat Club ft Utah Saints, Meat Katie, Ali B, Toni Jarvis, Mooquie
Punks Jump Up
808 State Djs
Men in Masks
James Yuill
Toil Soundsystem DJ’s
Tilley And Killawattz
Skank2skank soundsystem
Celt Islam
Underground Roots featuring Bongo chilli and Danman
Dead Silence and The Real DS
DJ Baliuk + RMKO
Shean P (Disconotdisco/BBE)
Trailer Trash DJ’s
Rusty Staples
Pendle Coven
Mr psik
Knob jockeys
Ken Evil
Caul Bearers
Johnny Clash
Unbalanced Jack
Pete Mangalore
Lost Property
Freaky Bitches
Dave Witchdoctor
The Hang Project
Lazy Habits
Rum Jig
Lewis Garland and The Kett Rebellion
Brooke Sharkey
Captain Hotknives
The Eggs On Sticks Theatre Company
Andrew Barry
Eddie Earthquake and The Tremors
Mikey Don
One Love
Eden Dub

To check the availability of Beat-Herder tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.