Rhodes, The Coronas, Amber Run, and PINS are amongst the latest 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 Sundara Karma, Louis Berry, All Tvvins, Martin Luke Brown, Robyn Sherwell, A.O.S.O.O.N, Aaron Keylock, Ady Suleiman, Amy Yon (Bristol only), Black Honey, C Duncan (not Manchester), Creepoid, Dark Waves, Daisy Victoria (not Manchester), Dralms (not Manchester), Easy Life (not Manchester), H.Hawkline (not Manchester), High Tyde, Jamie Lawson, K.I.D, Ming City Rockers, Movie, Ngod , Nick Brewer, Nothing But Thieves, Pierce Brothers, Rag n Bone Man, Sam Sure, Seafret, Steve Parker (Bristol Only), Sykes, Vaults (Nottingham Only), and White.
The Festival which showcases up and coming bands and DJs from the UK and beyond, also features local artists from Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester.
Added to the Manchester line-up are Horsebeach, O>L>A, Trojan Horse, Adam Walsh, Bad Molly, Barron, Danny Add, Delamere, Flesh, Glass Tides, Gold Jacks, Hugo Kensdale, Kaiden Nolan, Liam McClair, Livvo, Man Made, MDNGHT, Mylyricalmind, Pye, Racing Glaciers, The 256, The Colours, and Turrentine Jones.
Joining the bill in Manchester are Natalie Holmes, She Makes War, Tamu Massif, The Travis Waltons, Foreign Affairs, New Palace Talkies, Ema Sierra, Bad Sounds, High Climbers, Fenne Lily, Emba, Flower Fellow, Little Dusty, Saskia Maxwell, Sam Brockington, and Emi McDade.
Whilst heading for Nottingham are Ady Suleiman, Shelter Point, Band of Jackals, Bitter Strings, Brad Dear, Bus Stop Madonnas, Catbone, Cheshire and the Cat, Clay Shaped Boy, Connor Spray and the Indieabees, Crosa Rosa, Daudi Matsiko, Felix, Field Studies, Gallery 47, George Holroyd, Georgie, House Of Thieves, Huskies, In the Teepees, Ivoryserfs, Jamie Moon, Joe and Mike, Josh Wheatley, Joy Mumford, Keto, Molly and Jack, Nina Smith, Sam Jones, Same Streets, The Mithered, Three Girl Rhumba, Vanity Box, and Yakobo.
They join Saint Raymond, Rae Morris (Manchester & Nottingham only), Hudson Taylor, The Wytches, Laura Doggett, Honeyblood, Hinds, Josef Salvat, April Towers, Alex Burey, Cairobi, Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Hotelier, Little May, Best Coast, Swim Deep, Fat White Family, Prides, Alfie Connor, The Amazons, Delamere, Flesh, Francisco The Man, The Griswolds, Holy Holy, Laurel, Man Made, Model Aeroplanes, Neon Waltz, Pixel Fix, Remi, Sugarmen, Vant, Walking on Cars, Menace Beach, Pretty Vicious (Nottingham & Bristol only), Racing Glaciers, The Riptide Movement, Single Mothers, Tei Shi, Verite, and Vitamin, as well as many, many more acts yet to be announced.
Dot To Dot Organiser Anton Lockwood (of DHP Family) said, "We’re just over a month away until we bring you Dot to Dot’s 10th Birthday, something that we’re all very excited for! Of the latest additions to the line-up, one of our biggest ever to date, I’m delighted to welcome Rhodes to the bill who is set for big things for sure!"
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.
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