Toy, The Duke Spirit and more added to Standon Calling

Standon Calling has added even more artists to it burgeoning line-up including Toy, The Duke Spirit, NZCA Lines, Blood Red Shoes, Yak and more to perform at the Hertfordshire festival, 29th – 31st July. Day splits and day tickets have been unveiled and with the festival just under an hour from London, its now even easier for fans to catch their favourite acts. Standon Calling returns to the beautiful manor grounds setting of Standon Lordship, inviting thousands of revellers for a magical weekend of live music & DJs, family entertainment, swimming in the outdoor heated pool and day to night hedonism. Day tickets are on sale now at £57, weekend tickets at £147. 

This July Standon Calling will host performances from some of the best musical talent around including Suede, Jess Glynne, Kelis, The Hives, Everything Everything and more for an unforgettable weekend of music, the best street food, family entertainment, interactive workshops, multiple venues, festival frolics and more. Not one to rest on its laurels, the festival now welcomes even more artists to join in on the party.

Heading to Standon and hailing from Brighton are indie-rockers Toy and punk duo Blood Red ShoesNZCA Lines brings sci-fi and synthesizers to the festival and The Duke Spirit lead the myriad of new rock additions including NGODYakHercules MorseFronteersAnimal Noise and Over The Edge

Former Portishead DJ Andy Smith and Dub Pistol's founder Barry Ashworth join the festival's impressive electronic line-up. Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas' favourite band Inheaven are onboard along with the dark electronic sounds of Lea Lea, folk songstress Kelly Oliver and big brass from Hackney Colliery Band. A champion of local talent, Standon Calling will also welcome Hertfordhire's own The Hunna andWaste and further highlights across the weekend include Louis Barabbas & the Bedlam Six's mix of theatrical poetry and swing. City Shanty Band appropriately kick off Standon Calling's Legend of the Lost Seas story on the Friday, that will see the festival transformed into a post-apocalyptic nautical adventure.