Lightning Seeds to headline Godiva festival

plus Kids in Glass Houses, Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Krept & Konan, & more

By Scott Williams | Published: Tue 3rd Jun 2014

Lightning Seeds

Friday 4th to Sunday 6th July 2014
War Memorial Park, Coventry, West Midlands, CV3 6PT, England MAP
Daily capacity: 40,000
Last updated: Tue 3rd Jun 2014

Lightning Seeds, will headline the final night of the FREE Godiva Festival, happening from Friday 4th until Sunday 6th July 2014 at War Memorial Park.

The full line-up has now been revealed with Kids in Glass Houses, Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Krept & Konan, Ghetts , Duplex Family, Baby Godzilla, Scream Blue Murder, Fuse ODG, Little Matador, Stone Foundation, Yes Sunshine, Batsch, Nina Baker, The Mariachis, Young Aviators, Jimmy Weston, Swamp Donkey, Hula Girls, The Prophets, Spooky Wagons, Lee Glasson, Sandra Godley, Reece Bahia, The Commonjets, Richard Fairlee, Out of the Blue, Jack Dickson-Carvell, Pecan Grove, Laura Warwick, Coundon Court Dance Troupe, and Tile Hill Wood Choir all added to the bill.

They join headliners Happy Mondays and Buzzcocks, plus We Are Scientists, Funeral for a Friend, Neville Staple, Horace Panter's Uptown Ska Collective, King Hammond, The Activators, Barb'd Wire, The Selecter, Skabilly Rebels, and comedians Seymour Mace, Kate Lucas, and John Hastings.

To see the full bill of who is playing when see the Coventry Godiva Festival line-up page.

Godiva will be covering music to suit all tastes and featuring the ever-popular Godiva Unsigned, showcasing fresh, local talent.

In addition to live musical the free and ticketless event was also hosts an annual carnival, a fairground and many more family and community based activities and entertainment.

For more information on the festival please visit the official website.

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