Ladyhawke announced for V Festival

plus Lightning Seeds, and Alphabeat

By Scott Williams | Published: Mon 27th Jul 2009


V Festival (Chelmsford) 2009

Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd August 2009
Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8WQ, England MAP
£152.50 w/e with camping, £132.50 no camping - SOLD OUT

Ladyhawke, Lightning Seeds,and Alphabeat are the latest additions to the line-ups for next month's twin V Festivals.

The three latest additions to this year's bill are New Zealand singer-songwriter Ladyhawke, the Ian Broudie fronted Lightning Seeds and Danish six-piece Alphabeat.

Festival Director, Bob Angus commented, "Here at V, we always aim to deliver the best line-up and offer something everyone can enjoy. With these great additions to the already 60+ line up, this years V Festival is set to be the best yet. But stay tuned, we still have a few more sneaky additions up our sleeves!"

They join a line-up that includes the previously announced The Killers, Oasis, Razorlight, Keane, The Specials, Snow Patrol, Elbow, The Ting Tings, MGMT, Fatboy Slim, Pendulum, The Script, Paolo Nutini, Lily Allen, The Wombats, The Streets, Biffy Clyro, Katy Perry, James Morrison, Peter Doherty, Happy Mondays, Ocean Colour Scene, The Enemy, Dizzee Rascal, Lady GaGa, James, Alesha Dixon, Taylor Swift, and The Saturdays.

To see which acts play at which site on which day, click for Hylands Park, Chelmsford or Weston Park, Staffordshire.

Tickets are priced at £152.50 for a weekend pass with camping, or £132.50 for a weekend pass without camping, or £73.50 for a day ticket. There are only weekend with coach ticket options still available for Weston Park, Staffordshire and disabled tickets for both events.

To buy tickets now, click here.

The twin-sited V Festival takes place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd August this year.

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