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Festival line-up update – 18 Jun 2010

Artist News Festival Line-Up Update Gigs & Festivals

BELLADRUM TARTAN HEART, Beauly, Inverness-shire, 6-7 Aug: Badly Drawn Boy has been announced as a headliner for this summer’s Belladrum Tartan Heart festival, with Patch William, The Parsonage Choir, and Alex Gardner also added to the line-up. www.tartanheartfestival.co.uk

THE BIG CHILL, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire, 5-8 Aug: Joe Goddard, Ty, Akala, Chris Coco and Villagers have all been added to the Big Chill line-up, along with Lonelady, Primary 1, Gallops, Bass Clef and Dansette Junior. www.bigchill.net

FIELD DAY, Victoria Park, London, 31 Jul: Gilles Peterson, Steve Mason, Matthew Herbert and Cate Le Bon are the latest acts announced for this day’s Field Day, joining the previously confirmed Lightspeed Champion, Phoenix, Caribou and Gold Panda. www.fielddayfestivals.com

GUILFEST, 16-18 Jul: The South, Delays and Hazel O’Connor have all been announced to play next month’s Guilfest, along with Japanese Voyeurs, East/Strike/West and Redwood. www.guilfest.co.uk

TRUCK, Steventon, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, 23-25 Jul: Dial F For Frankenstein, Message To Bears, Family Machine and Mr Fogg are amongst the latest acts announced for Truck fest. Other additions include Anna Clavi, Active Child, Holly Miranda, Thomas Tantrum and Boat To Row. www.thisistruck.com

WIZARD, New Deer Show Ground, nr Peterhead and Fraserburgh, Scotland, 27-28 Aug: Sandi Thom heads up the latest acts confirmed to play at Wizard this summer. Proud Mary, The Dykeenies, Kid British, The Dangleberries have also been added to the bill. www.wizardfestival.com

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