final bands for Swn 2010 announced

Kids in Glass Houses, Trembling Bells, Clinic, and many more

By Scott Williams | Published: Tue 21st Sep 2010

Kids in Glass Houses

Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd October 2010
various venues in Cardiff, Wales, Wales
£45 for a 3-day pass
Last updated: Wed 20th Oct 2010

Kids in Glass Houses, Trembling Bells, and Clinic are amongst the final acts to be announced for Cardiff's Swn Festival.

Kids in Glass Houses
Leading the latest additions are Kids in Glass Houses, Trembling Bells, Clinic, Peggy Sue, Veronica Falls, Tom Gray (of Gomez), Alphabet Backwards, The Vaccines, and Wounds.

The line-up is completed by the addition of Houdini Dax, Trwbador, Derwyddon Dr Gonzo, Breichiau Hir, Gildas, Exit International, Plyci, Zwolf, Mr Huw, Cyrion, Still Corners, Becoming Real, Sibrydion, Dutch Uncles, Raffertie, Ras Kwame, Chad Valley, Race Horses, Reaper In Sicily, The Lay-Lows, Inconsiderate Parking, Scriber, Raphaelites, Kamikaze Veterans, Young Legionnaire, Gavin Butler (The Blackout), The Vinyl Vendettas, Dam Mantle, Cate Le Bon, Threatmantics, Henrys Funeral Shoe, Beach Fossils, and Visions of Trees.

They join acts previously announced for the festival held in Cardiff from Thursday 21st until Saturday 23rd October 2010 which include Truckers of Husk, Young Rebel Set, Egyptian Hip Hop, Munch Munch, O. Children, Sweet Baboo, Mitchell Museum, Tom Williams & The Boat, Happy Birthday, Teeth, Paul Heaton, Perfume Genius, Spectrals, Fiction, Swans, Al Lewis, Arabrot, Bellini, Bryn Fon a`r Band, Colorama, Crash.Disco!, Evening Chorus, Fiction, Huw M, Joe Worricker, John Mouse, Kutosis, Right Hand Left Hand, Standard Fare, Sun Drums, The Ex, The Last Republic, Violas, We//Are//Animal, Wickes, Y Niwl, and more. Expect over 100 acts in total. For the line-up details as available please click here.

Tickets are priced at £45 for a 3-day pass. A Saturday Stroller priced at £25, a Friday Stroller priced at £15, and a Thursday Stroller priced at £10 will be available at a later date. To buy 3-day passes, click here.

The festival uses a wristband system which offers free access to as many shows as possible, plus art exhibitions, film and last year also into three one day music conferences during Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A wristband also entitles the wearer to discounts in stores in Cardiff (to be confirmed), and free rides on the Swn buses across town over the main Swn weekend.

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