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Kendal Calling has confirmed a few more names, some stage takeovers, and a whole new funfair area

Goldfrapp and Feet are among the new additions.
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Published: 6:00 pm, February 27, 2020
Kendal Calling has confirmed a few more names, some stage takeovers, and a whole new funfair area

Kendal Calling has confirmed a few more names, some stage takeovers, and a whole new area.

New to the line-up are Goldfrapp, The Slow Readers Club, Feet (pictured), Retro Video Club, Stanleys, Marie White, and Lindsay Munroe. There are also a few more acts for the comedy bill, including Marcus Brigstocke, Andre Vincent, Gary Delaney, Tez Ilyas and more.

Takeover-wise, record label Xtra Mile Recordings, Manchester's Off-Axis and charity Brighter Sound will each oversee a day of The Woodlands Stage, while a new area named Carneville will see the festival put on an immersive funfair destination, with games and rides.

Headlined by Foals, Stereophonics, Supergrass and Primal Scream, this year's event will host a bunch of Dork faves, including Blossoms, Pale Waves, Easy Life, Marika Hackman, The Magic Gang, Sundara Karma, and The Murder Capital. There's also Craig David’s TS5, The Kooks, Johnny Marr, Dizzee Rascal, You Me At Six, DMA’s, Sister Sledge, Jade Bird, The Zutons, Heather Small, Shaggy and loads more.

Kendal Calling takes place from 30th July - 2nd August at Lowther Deer Park in The Lake District. Visit kendalcalling.co.uk for more information.

Kendal Calling has confirmed a few more names, some stage takeovers, and a whole new funfair area

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