Saint Raymond, Rae Morris, Hudson Taylor, and The Wytches lead the first acts announced for the multi-city, multi-venue Dot to Dot festival's 10th birthday which returns to Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th May 2015.
The triumvirate line-up at Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham will also feature Laura Doggett, Honeyblood, Hinds, Josef Salvat, April Towers, Alex Burey, Cairobi, Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Hotelier, Little May, Menace Beach, Pretty Vicious (Bristol and Nottingham only), Racing Glaciers, The Riptide Movement, Single Mothers, Tei Shi, Verite, and Vitamin, as well as many, many more acts yet to be announced!. 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, in each respective city, are priced at £25.
Manchester opens the event on Friday, Bristol hosts the event on the Saturday, with it then held the day after in Nottingham.
Dot To Dot Organiser Anton Lockwood said, "We’re very excited to be celebrating our 10th birthday here at Dot To Dot and can’t wait to bring the festival back to Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham! We’re proud of the reputation we’ve developed over the last 10 years for promoting new, up and coming talent by giving artists their first chance in front of a festival crowd, and this year’s line-up is no different.
"Having seen so many previous Dot To Dot artists become huge successes in recent years we can’t wait to watch some of the emerging talent that the music scene has to offer at this year’s festival. This announcement is only the start of it!"
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