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June 2019
Festivals

The first few names are out for Dot to Dot, including headliners Crystal Fighters and Jordan Rakei

Swim Deep, The Night Café, Dream Wife and The Orielles are also playing.
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Published: 1:00 pm, February 27, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The first few names are out for Dot to Dot, including headliners Crystal Fighters and Jordan Rakei

Dot to Dot Festival has announced its first names for 2019.

Heading up the bill are Crystal Fighters and Jordan Rakei, who will be joined by indie faves Swim Deep, The Night Café, Dream Wife, The Orielles, Lauren Aquilina, Viagra Boys, Mini Mansions, 404, Alex Lahey, Angie Mcmahon, Bess Atwell, Bessie Turner, Crows, Dancing On Tables, Dylan, Fatherson, Faye Webster, Heavy Lungs, James Gillespie, Kojaque, Love Sick, Max Rad, Miss Grit, Missio, Onr, Rachel Chinouriri, Rews, Sons Of An Illustrious Father, Sun Silva, Swimming Girls, Wasuremono, and Wovoka Gentle.

The event will take place from 24th-26th May, in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham. Visit dottodotfestival.co.uk for more info.

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