BIGGEST EVER DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL Full Line-Up and Venues Confirmed

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We have to say this looks like a rather amazing line up, some of our favourite emerging artists here –


Dry The River // Tom Odell // Benjamin Francis Leftwich //

Lucy Rose // The 1975* //Findlay // Feathers //PINS

Beans on Toast // Bo Ningen // Chapel Club // Deap Vally //Wolf Alice

 Little Green Cars // London Grammar // // Ruen Brothers //

 Swim Deep** // Wave Machines //

* Manchester/Nottingham only **Nottingham/Bristol only

Manchester: Friday 24th May 2013

Bristol: Saturday 24th May 2013

Nottingham: Sunday 26th May 2013


http://www.dottodotfestival.co.uk

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 Dot to Dot offers a unique experience for festival-goers and artists alike’ – efestivals

  • ‘One of the UK’s fastest rising festivals’ – NME
  • ‘With a stunning bill and venues within yards of one another we’ll leave you to join the dots.’ – Clash

 

Now in its ninth year, Dot To Dot 2013 is set to be its biggest and best to date, adding more artists and venues than ever before! For the uninitiated, the festival has established itself as the UK’s best festival for unearthing the hottest new talent around, alongside established acts from all over the globe. Touring Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham, three of the UKs more music savvy cities, from the 24th to the 26th May, Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up gives the festival-goer the opportunity to dash around the city catching as many awesome acts as possible over 14 hours!

Dot To Dot Organiser Anton Lockwood (of DHP Group) said: “2013 is the best year for new music in a long, long time. There is so much emerging talent around that at Dot to Dot we’ve decided to increase the number of venues to the most we’ve ever used so we can squeeze them all in! Many highlights amongst them: but very happy to welcome great artists like To Kill A King, fresh from touring with Bastille & Dog Is Dead, BBC Introducing starlet Indiana, one of the hottest acts in the world right now In The Valley Below and lots lots more. In addition this year’s Dot to Dot really shows our commitment to grassroots new music including more emerging artists from our home cities than ever before, and introducing innovative partnerships with key people who help enable new talent.”

Further additions to the line-up include:

Hawkeyes // Indiana // Phildel // To Kill A King // Sam Bradley
Alice Jemina // Bear’s Den // Catfish & Bottleman // Ellie Rose // Feathers // Hector // Kagoule //

Kappa Gamma // In The Valley Below // Likely Lads // Misty Miller // Pylo // Rivals // Saint Raymond //

Six60 //  Thumpers // We Three And The Death Rattle

 

As well as the additional bands and increased venues, each city date will be hosting further music-related events. Highlights include Dot to Dot sponsors Fred Perry treating festival-goers to a chronological DJ selection celebrating British subculture at Rescue Rooms courtyard, Nottingham and Department S hosting a bowling, beats and booze emporium at The Lanes, Bristol and groundbreaking audio college SSR coming on board in Manchester.

For all the latest goings-on, check out  http://www.dottodotfestival.co.uk/

Tickets are now on-sale at £20 from www.alt-tickets.co.uk

 

Full Line-Up:

Dry The River // Tom Odell // Benjamin Francis Leftwich // Lucy Rose // The 1975* //

Beans on Toast // Bo Ningen // Chapel Club // Deap Vally // Little Green Cars // London Grammar // // Ruen Brothers // Swim Deep** // Wave Machines //

A Plastic Rose // Ady Suleiman // Alice Jemima // Bear’s Den // Best Friends // Big Cosmos // Billy Lockett // Bipolar Sunshine // Blackeye // Black Books // Blue Hawaii // Candy Says // Catfish & The Bottleman // Chlöe Howl // Dan Croll // Ellie Rose // Feathers // Findlay // Gavin James // Golden Fable // Hawk Eyes // Heart-Ships // Hector*** // Houndmouth // In The Valley Below // Indiana // Jake Hart // Joel Baker // Kagoule // Kappa Gamma // Likely Lads // Matthew & Me // Mausi // Middle Class Rut // Misty Miller // Night Engine // Only Real // Phildel // PINS // Pylo // Random Impulse // Rivals // Roosevelt // Saint Raymond // Sam Bradley // Satellite Stories // Six60 // SKATERS // Sons and Lovers // Snakadaktal // Story Books // Syron // Teleman // The Bots // The Family Rain **// Thumpers // To Kill A King // We Three And The Death Rattle*** // Wildflowers // Wolf Alice

*Nottingham/Manchester only

**Nottingham/Bristol only

***Nottingham only

Venues Include:

 

Manchester
The Ritz, Zoo, Gorilla, Joshua Brooks, Deaf Institute, Sound Control, Attic, Thirsty Scholar, SSR

Nottingham
Rock City, Rescue Rooms, Stealth, Bodega, Jongleurs, The Corner, Broadway Cinema, Jam Café, Antenna

Bristol
Academy 1, Academy 2, The Exchange, The Exchange (downstairs), Thekla, Thekla Top Deck, Fleece, Louisiana, Trinity,  Start The Bus, Stag & Hounds, The Birdcage, The Lanes

 

Andy Von Pip

ANDY VON PIP - Founder, editor, writer, reviewer, photographer and all-round good guy at the VPME.com. House photographer for The Academy Music Group, Zuma Press, Event Magazine and Rex Features worldwide. You can check out his photography at Andy Von Pip Photography Has been new music tipster on BBC6 Music, Amazing Radio, and DJ on Strangeways Radio (USA.) Can currently be heard on IWFM Radio. His radio work has been described as sounding like Ian McCulloch on ketamine fused with Ringo Starr. New music tipster on Amazing Radio, moderator for BBC 6 Music DJ Tom Robinson's Fresh on the Net, former member of "BBC's Sound Of" panel. Written and photographic work has appeared in The Quietus, Music Week, Record Of The Day, The Guardian, GIITV, The Sabotage Times, Bido Lito, The Skinny, Louder Than War. Media partner and curator for Liverpool Sound City.

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