Dot To Dot adds 23 more acts

Cloud Nothings, O. Children, Hyde & Beast, Kwes, & more

published: Wed 9th May 2012

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Monday 4th June 2012
various venues, Manchester, M1 5NQ, England MAP
early bird £20
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Wed 9th May 2012

Cloud Nothings, O. Children, Olugbenga (Metronomy DJ Set), and Kwes are some of the latest 23 acts announced for the multi-city, multi-venue Dot to Dot festival held over the Diamond Jubilee bank holiday weekend with tickets on sale now.

The latest acts for the triumvirate line-up at Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham are Cloud Nothings, Friends (Nottingham), The Internet, 2:54, A Plastic Rose, All The Young, Doldrums, Two Wounded Birds, Here We Go Magic (Bristol / Nottingham), Hyde & Beast, The Dunwells, Eugene Francis Jr (Bristol / Manchester), The Men (Manchester), Last Dinosaurs, O. Children, Olugbenga (Metronomy DJ Set), Lewis Watson, Josh Kumra, Kwes, Mary Epworth , The Other Tribe (Bristol), Seasfire(Bristol), and Sunless '97 (Nottingham / Manchester).

Dot To Dot organisers are also be nurturing creative talents in 2012 with a competition to win a photo pass! To enter budding photographers should post the best live shot you've ever taken to twitter with the hashtag #D2DFestPhoto or tag Dot To Dot Festival in your photo on Facebook. Three winners (one for each city) will receive a photo pass.

Dot To Dot Organiser Anton Lockwood said, "There's under a month to go until Dot To Dot 2012 and the latest acts joining us showcase what a fantastically exciting line-up of new music we have on offer. From high octane rock to soulful singer songwriters these are the acts that people will be talking about all summer long and with tickets currently £20 it's great value for money!"

These latest acts join joint co-headliners The Drums, and Pulled Apart By Horses, plus Willy Mason, Wavves, Summer Camp, Willis Earl Beal, Dog Is Dead, Friends (Nottingham), Lucy Rose, Jake Bugg, Hooray For Earth, Neon Indian (Manchester), Admiral Fallow, Bastille, Beth Jeans Houghton (Bristol), Bondax, Broken Hands, Clock Opera, Deaf Club, Dirty Goods, Eyes on Film, Islet, Kyla La Grange, Last Dinosaurs, Lulu James, Mary Epworth, Murray James, The Night, Patterns, Peace, Pearl and the Beard, thepetebox, Pond, Rae Morris, Random Impulse, The Rumour Said Fire, Ryan Keen, Scoundrels, Shinies (Manchester) Swiss Lips, Turbowolf, Two Wounded Birds, Vandoinmessico, and Wonder Villains, with more acts to be confirmed.

With hundreds of live acts and DJs and 16 hours of music each day Dot to Dot offers a unique experience for festival-goers and artists alike. The Festival showcases up and coming bands and DJs from the UK and beyond.

Tickets, which give access to the entire bill across all the venues, are priced at £20. To buy tickets, click here.

The Dot To Dot Festival will take place from Saturday 2nd to Monday 4th June 2012 in various venues. Bristol hosts the event on the Saturday, with a similar event the day after in Nottingham, and the Monday night is the turn of Manchester to play host.

Monday 4th June 2012
various venues, Manchester, M1 5NQ, England MAP
early bird £20
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Wed 9th May 2012


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