Toy, Blood Red Shoes, NZCA Lines, The Duke Spirit, Ngod, Yak, Hercules Morse, Fronteers, Animal Noise, Over The Edge, Andy Smith, Barry Ashworth, Inheaven, Maddox, Lea Lea, Kelly Oliver, Hackney Colliery Band, The Hunna, Waste, Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six, and City Shanty Band have been added to the line-up for Standon Calling held in the grounds of the 16th Century Hertfordshire manor house from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st July 2016.
They join Suede, Jess Glynne, and Kelis who headline. Also confirmed appearing live are The Hives, Everything Everything, Ghostpoet, Anna Calvi, Blossoms, Thurston Moore Band, Gold Panda, Loyle Carner, Adam Green, Teleman, Swim Deep, Tiggs Da Author, Honne, Natty, The Mouse Outfit, Meilyr Jones, The Cuban Brothers, Declan McKenna, Hot 8 Brass Band, Billie Marten, Rag n Bone Man, Rationale, Clean Cut Kid, Kiko Bun, Jones, United Vibrations, PINS, Flyte, Charlie Cunningham, The Amazons, Tangerines, exmagician, Hannah Lou Clark, Seramic, Revere, Venice Trip, Peluche, Bella Figura, Nadia Nair, and Petricha.
DJ sets announced include Theo Parrish, Goldie, Dan Deacon, Luke Abbott, Joey Negro, Gold Panda, Crazy P Soundsystem, Greg Wilson, DJ Format & MC Abdominal, Dr Packer, Kid Fiesta, The Mixnots, Nixwa, London Elektricity, Fred V and Grafix, S.P.Y, Krakota, Hugh Hardie, Ownglow, and MCs Wrec, Inja, Carasel, Artwork, Purple Disco Machine, Jonjo Jury, Jonathan Bestley, and Guy Williams.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £147, £124.42 for a youth weekend pass (aged 13-17 years) and £22 for a child weekend pass (4-12 years), infants (0-3 years) tickets are priced at £5.50.
There are numerous stages and the odd unexpected stage appearing from nowhere. The festival boasts a number of bars, one of which is hewn out of an enormous oak tree, secret areas, interactive theatre, swimming pool (with underwater dance area), boutique camping (beach huts, yurts and tipis), kids area, and festival food.
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plus Goldfrapp, Django Django, The Horrors, Maribou State, & more, joining Bryan Ferry
headlining the Sunday night