Y Not Festival announces further headline act

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The Cribs, The Twang, Dizraeli and The Small Gods and Propellers have been added to the already strong line-up at this year’s Y Not Festival.

Y Not takes place near Ashbourne in Derbyshire between 2 and 4 August 2013 and the small festival, with a capacity for just 8000, has already annouced The Horrors, The Enemy and Ash will be on the bill this year.

Revealing their line-up through a series of clue-laden private eye style videos and the more usual social media teasers and reveals the organiser’s have so far revealed a pretty thrilling list making up around a third of the total line-up.

In addition to the big names they’ve also announced Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, 65DaysofStatic, We Are The Ocean, Dry the River, Dutch Uncles, Three Trapped Tigers, The 1975, TOY, Stealing Sheep, Lewis Watson, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Wet Nuns and The Computers.

They’ve also announced a first slew of bands playing their sponsored stage including Gunning for Tamar, Crushing Blows, Jonny Foreigner, Max Raptor, Axes, Stagecoach and My First Tooth.

With two thirds of the line-up still to be announced we’re thinking Y Not are fielding a pretty strong indie line-up amongst this year’s festivals. What do you think?

Tickets are on sale now from the Y Not Festival website and you can like them on Facebook or follow on Twitter for more news and line-up announcements.

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