The Great Escape has announced a massive 100 new names for 2016, the eleventh edition of the Brighton festival which will take place across various venues from 19th – 21st May.
Among the new additions are Diet Cig, Muncie Girls, Spring King and Band Of Skulls. These new names join Dilly Dally, Tuff Love, Shura, Mura Masa and Oh Wonder.
The event also recently confirmed its first separately ticketed Spotlight Show (formally Dome Shows): Oh Wonder, Shura and Mura Masa will perform on Thursday 19th May at All Saints Church.
The full list of artists announced today is as follows:
A J Tracey, Actor, Alec Benjamin, Alice Phoebe Lou, Anna Meredith, Anna Of The North, Anteros, Anthonie Tonnon, Ariana & The Rose, Astrid S, Avelino, Babe, Band Of Skulls, Banners, Beaty Heart, Black Peaches, Bleached, Blossoms, Bo Rocha, Callum Beattie, Cameron Ag, Catholic Action, Causes, Chastity, Chastity Belt, Cigarettes After Sex, Coves, D Double E, Dead!, Depresno, Diet Cig, Dolores Haze, Dreller, Egyptian Blue, Elf Kid, Elifantree, Fatoumata Diawara, Frisco, George Taylor, Georgie, Grumble Bee, Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS?, Her, Iglooghost, Inheaven, Jacob Collier, Jain, James Canty, Jammz, Joseph J. Jones, Jr Green, Kate Jackson And The Wrong Moves, Khruangbin, Kiko Bun, K-X-P, Lady Leshurr, Lewis Del Mar, Little Hours, Logan Sama, Lusts, Mabel, Mai Kino, Makeness, Man & The Echo, Matthew Logan Vasquez, Michael Kiwanuka, Mossy, Mumdance, Muncie Girls, Nadia Reid, Nadia Rose, Ouzo Bazooka, Pink Oculus, Postaal, Postiljonen, Rømans, Royce Wood Junior, Ruth Koleva, Ry X , Samm Henshaw, Shannon & The Clams, Songhoy Blues, Søren Juul, Spring King, St Lucia, Stephanie Rainey, Sudakistan, Teleman, Ten Fé, The Big Moon, The Prettiots, Tim Vantol, Transviolet, Type Two Error, Uniiqu3, Viola Beach, Vitamin, Wesley Gonzalez, William Singe, Willie J Healey, Yorkston Thorne Khan, Youth Club
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