Dot To Dot Festival adds Yaaks, King Charles and more!

Dot To Dot are delighted to announce that, one of the countries favourite actors and a renowned party smashing DJ, Mat Horne will be hosting his lauded club night Session at both the Bristol and Nottingham dates over the bank holiday weekend. Playing alternative, indie and party tunes, with the emphasis on fun, Mat will also be joined by cutting edge collective The Trash Society DJs and Push Music DJs who will be dropping indie dance, electro, disco and the best new buzz bands around plus there will be special guests each night.

International Songwriter of the year 2010, King Charles will also be joining the bill for the Bristol and Nottingham dates. Enjoying support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Rob da Bank, John Kennedy, the NME and many more, King Charles’ majestic psychedelic pomp is set to see him ruling the rock ‘n’ roll kingdom, making him one not to miss. Mysterious sextet Yaaks are also coming on board to play the Bristol and Nottingham Dot To Dot dates. Yaaks’ Jean-Jacques Rousseau citing noir-dance vibes have been setting the A&R community alight and have so far let their music do all the talking, so make sure you catch them to see what all the fuss is about.

As well as some of the most exciting new music from around the country there will also  be plenty of the top talent from each city on the bill including Bravo Brave Bats, The Broken Arm Of Love, Cajita, Count To Fire, The Fauns, The Hit-Ups, Hysterical Injury, Idles, Koshiro, Little Victories, The Naturals, The Other Tribe, Ouija Birds, Scarlet Rascal & The Trainwreck, SJ Esau, Termites, These Black Shores and Towns who will all be getting in on the Bristol action.  Whilst Nottingham will see Spotlight Kid, Long Dead Signal, Baby Godzilla, Royal Gala, Will Jeffery, Childhood, Yunioshi, Maniere Des, Bohemiens, Basstoneslap, Delta Sun andHarleighblu joining the throng.

With the venue by venue breakdown to be announced for Dot To Dot 2011 make sure you keep for all the latest news and ticket info.

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

•    ‘A forest of new stars, old favourites and plenty of mischief at 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

Tickets are now on sale:

Bristol: £30
Nottingham: £30
Manchester £25

Full Line-Up So Far:

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead (Bristol & Nottingham)  / Allie Moss  / Alpines / Ben Howard / Benjamin Francis Leftwich / Blawan / Braids / Colourmusic / Cults / Dananananaykroyd / Darwin Deez (Manchester only) / Dom / Ed Sheeran / Fixers / Foreign Office / Get People / Guillemots / Hot Horizons / Hurts / Is Tropical / King Charles (Bristol & Nottingham) / Lanterns On The Lake (Nottingham / Manchester only) / Mat Horne Presents Session (Bristol & Nottingham) / Morning Parade / Niki & the Dove / Paramount Styles / Romance / Royal Republic / SBTRKT / Stagecoach / Swimming / The Joy Formidable / The Kill Van Kulls (Manchester Only) / The Lines / The Naked And Famous / The Phoenix Foundation / To Kill A King / Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs / Trophy Wife / Various Cruelties / Veto / We Are Scientists / Wolf Gang / Yaaks (Bristol & Nottingham) / Zebedy Rays

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