Kendal Calling Announce Public Enemy, Johnny Marr And Many More Acts For 2013

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Legendary American hip hop group Public Enemy are to make a rare UK festival appearance, as them, fellow American legend Seasick Steve and everyone’s favourite former Smiths, Modest Mouse and Cribs guitarist Johnny Marr are the leading acts in the latest Kendal Calling announcement.

They will join headliners Basement Jaxx, The Charlatans and Primal Scream and the festival on the Lake District on 26-28 July 2013.

Further additions to the line-up include:

The D.O.T // Mike Skinner DJ set // Nina Nesbitt // Prince Fatty // Hudson Taylor // Scruffizer // Justin Robertson // Beans on Toast // The Heartbreaks // A Plastic Rose // Sam Bradley // The Feud // Will Tramp! // Clint Boon // Seelie //Dave Haslam // Werkha // London Grammar // Champs // Jinx In Dub // Baggy Mondays // Silhoutte // Sweet Baboo // Peter & Kerry // Dan Croll // Hatcham Social // Fiona Clayton // Misty Miller // Herbal Sessions Soundsystem // The Whip (DJ set) // Gritty Britain // Tea Street Band //  and more.

Part of Kendal Calling is the Calling Out Stage which is brought to you in conjunction with Gigwise on Friday 26th and DIY on Saturday 27th, the stage line-ups:

Friday: Theme Park, Lightning Seeds acoustic, The 1975, Nina Nesbitt, Waylayers, Champs

Saturday: British Sea Power, London Grammar, Sons & Lovers, Silhoutte, Sweet Baboo, Peter & Kerry, Fiona Clayton, Grammotones, All We Are.

More acts across all 12 stages are still to be announced as well as attractions, the real ale festival, comedy, spoken words & arts, ladybird children’s area and much more over the next few months – all for £115.

For more information, tickets and the full line-up, visit

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