Dot to Dot Line Up

DOT TO DOT full line up released

The countdown to this year’s Dot To Dot is hotting up with just a month to go until a litany of the globe’s biggest buzz bands hits Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester over this coming Jubilee bank holiday weekend. Headlined by The Drums and Pulled Apart By Horses, and with appearances from Wavves, Willis Earl Beal, Dog Is Dead, Summer Camp, Lucy Rose, Pond and more, the tri-city event is set to reveal even more must-see acts for 2012, and you can catch them all for the mind-blowing ticket price of just £20!

Says Dot To Dot Organiser Anton Lockwood: “There’s under a month to go until Dot To Dot 2012 and the latest acts joining us showcase what a fantastically exciting line-up of new music we have on offer. From high octane rock to soulful singer songwriters these are the acts that people will be talking about all summer long and with tickets currently £20 it’s great value for money’.”

‘A forest of new stars, old favourites and plenty of mischief at one of the UK’s fastest rising festivals’ – NME

Latest acts announced:

Cloud Nothings / Friends (Nottingham) / The Internet /
2:54 (Nottingham / Manchester) / A Plastic Rose / All The Young / Doldrums /
Two Wounded Birds / Here We Go Magic (Bristol / Nottingham) /
Hyde & Beast / The Dunwells / Eugene Francis Jr (Bristol / Manchester) /
The Men (Manchester) / Last Dinosaurs / O Children / Olugbenga (Metronomy) Lewis Watson / Josh Kumra / Kwes / Mary Epworth / The Other Tribe (Bristol) / Seasfire (Bristol) / Sunless 97 (Nottingham / Manchester)

Full line up:

The Drums / Pulled Apart By Horses / Willy Mason / Wavves / Summer Camp / Willis Earl Beal / Dog Is Dead / Friends (Nottingham) / Lucy Rose / Jake Bugg / Cloud Nothings (Bristol / Manchester) / Hooray For Earth / The Internet / Neon Indian (Manchester) / 2:54 (Nottingham / Manchester) / A Plastic Rose / Admiral Fallow / All The Young / Bastille / Beth Jeans Houghton (Bristol) / Bondax / Broken Hands / Clock Opera / Deaf Club / Dirty Goods / Doldrums / The Dunwells / Eugene Francis Jr (Bristol / Manchester) / Eyes on Film / Here We Go Magic (Bristol / Nottingham) / Hyde & Beats / Islet / Josh Kumra / Kwes / Kyla La Grange / Last Dinosaurs / Lewis Watson / Lulu James / Mary Epworth / The Men (Manchester) / Murray James / The Night / O Children / Olugbenga / The Other Tribe (Bristol) / Patterns / Peace / Pearl and the Beard / thepetebox / Pond / Rae Morris / Random Impulse / The Rumour Said Fire / Ryan Keen / Scoundrels / Seasfire (Bristol) / Shinies (Manchester) Sunless 97 (Nottingham / Manchester) / Swiss Lips . Turbowolf / Two Wounded Birds / Vandoinmessico / Wonder Villains

Manchester: Monday 4th June 2012



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