Macaulay Culkin and his new Velvet Underground tribute band, The Pizza Underground, who sing songs about pizza, are among the latest additions for the multi-city, multi-venue Dot to Dot festival held over Spring bank holiday weekend.
Also added to the line-up for the triumvirate line-up at Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham are Drenge (pictured), Saint Raymond, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Lauren Aquilina, Luke Sital-Singh, Hudson Taylor, Josh Record, Amber Run, Big Sixes, Champs, Charlotte OC, Ezra Furman, Fred Page, Freddie Dickson, Gallery Circus, Gengahr, God Damn, Jaws, Joel Baker, La Femme, Life, Life In Film, No Sinner, Noah Gundersen, Port Isla, Slaves, Southern, The 45s, The Heartbreaks, The Jacques, The Trouble With Templeton, and Young Romance.
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.
Peace will headline with The Midnight Beast, Real Estate, We Were Evergreen, Wolf Alice, Courtney Barnett, Fyfe, Darlia, Kyla La Grange, Barbarossa, Betty Who, Caveman, Frank Hamilton, Norma Jean Martine, Gavin James, George Barnett, Horse Thief, Lapland, Laura Welsh, LSA, Marika Hackman, Mt Royal, Sean McGowan, Sivu, St Paul and The Broken Bones, Sundara Karma, We The Wild, Wonder Villains, and Young Kato.
Early bird tickets, which give access to the entire bill across all the venues, in each respective city, are priced at £20.
The Dot To Dot Festival will take place from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th May 2014 in various venues. Manchester opens the event on Friday, Bristol hosts the event on the Saturday, with it then held the day after in Nottingham.
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