Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ash, Everything Everything, Band Of Skulls, The Hives, We Are Scientists, The Darkness, Blossoms, Rat Boy, Craig David, The Sugarhill Gang, Toddla T, David Rodigan, Pretty Vicious, Hooton Tennis Club, Sundara Karma, Rag n Bone Man, and Lightning Seeds will also appear at the 11th celebration year held over the weekend of Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st July 2016 returning to the Lowther Deer Park, Hackthorpe, in the Lake District.
Exactly 20 years to the week since Oasis’s seminal Knebworth and Loch Lomand shows, Noel will take to the stage at Kendal Calling. Kendal Calling founder Ben Robinson commented, "My first gig in a field was Loch Lomond watching Oasis twenty years ago. That moment defined my youth and calling in the years to follow. Noel’s songwriting has soundtracked the lives of millions over the last two decades; it’s with great pride that we’re able to bring those anthems and his new hits to the fields of Kendal Calling. Alongside Rudimental, Madness, The Charlatans and the rest of the bill it’s going to be another weekend to remember, see you the fields!"
Also announced tonight are Age Of Glass, Alice Gasson, Auction for the Promise Club, Beds in Parks, Blueprint Blue, BMX Bandits, Bridges, BritpoporamaIndie Disco, Buffalo Brothers, Camp Stag, Colour, Dave Rybka, Ded Rabbit, Documenta, Dorey the Wise, Dust Junkys, Fours, Gideon Conn, Grumbling Fur, Hatcham Social, Haus, Henge, Horsebeach, Ibibio Sound Machine, Kelvin, The Kid Kapichi, Kismet Ryding, Liberty Ship, Marsicans, Modern Minds, Molotov Jukebox, New York Tourists, Omit Sleep, Plastic Mermaids, PublikSektor, Puppet Rebellion, Riot Jazz, Rosie Lowe, Shunya, Signals, Stay Beautiful Bowie Disco, Teen Canteen, The Bear around Your Neck, The Big Moon, The Crookes, The Floodgates, The Galivantes, The Hidden Revolution, The Lottery Winners, The Mexanines, The Soul Rays, The Templebys, Thingumabob and Thingamajigs, Thomas Turgoose (DJ set) , Too Many T's, Too Much Love, Turrentine Jones, Viola Beach, and Where Fires Are.
Returning to Kendal Calling fronting the special guest Thursday headliners Tim Burgess will also pop up over the weekend to deliver DJ sets and the finest cherry pie and coffee at his returning venue - Tim Peaks Diner.
Festival goers can expect eleven stages including the Main Stage, Glow Dance tent, Kaylied World Music Stage, Calling Out New Music Stage, Soapbox Comedy, Village Green, Houseparty, and more to be announced.
Tickets go on sale again at 9am tomorrow, Tuesday 9th February. Tickets are priced at £130. A teen (aged 11-15 years) weekend camping monthly payment ticket is priced at £75, and a child (aged 6-10 years) weekend camping ticket is priced at £17.50. A child aged 5 years and under weekend camping ticket is free. Prices include booking fee. Last year's the festival sold out in March.
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