Franz Ferdinand, Manic Street Preachers, Circa Waves and a whole load more are playing Kendal Calling 2017

Slaves, Loyle Carner, Fickle Friends, Blaenavon and a bunch more are all on the bill too.
Kendal Calling has announced its first batch of bands for 2017.



Stereophonics, Manic Street Preachers, Franz Ferdinand, Brian Wilson and Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls have been revealed as headliners for this year’s event, with Frightened Rabbit, Jake Bugg, Seasick Steve, Editors, Circa Waves and Slaves also on the bill.



In addition, there’s room for Loyle Carner, Lethal Bizzle, The Coral, The Hunna, Nothing But Thieves, Kate Nash, Shame, Jungle and Faithless in the initial announcement, as well as Field Music, Fickle Friends, Honeyblood, Palace, Little Comets, Blaenavon, The Pale White, Eat Fast, Bad Sounds, Soshe, Reverend And The Makers, Freak, Man & The Echo, Bossy Love, White, The Shimmer Band, Fews, Ardyn, Dead! and The Lancashire Hot Pots.



That’s a lot of bands, right? Well. That’s not all of them. The full list of acts so far reads:



Stereophonics

Manic Street Preachers

Franz Ferdinand

Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

Tinie Tempah

Editors

Jake Bugg

Seasick Steve

Slaves

Circa Waves

Example

Nothing But Thieves

Lethal Bizzle

Frightened Rabbit

The Coral

Loyle Carner

The Hunna

Kate Nash

Palace

Little Comets

Fickle Friends

Honeyblood

Reverend And The Makers

Shame

Pale White

The Lancashire Hotpots

Blaenavon

Man & The Echo

Eat Fast

Soshe

White

Bossy Love

The Shimmer Band

FREAK

Bad Sounds

Ardyn

Fews

Jungle (DJ)

TQD

Tom Zanetti

My Nu Leng

Mike Skinner

Gotsome

Holy Goof

Barely Legal

Mollie Collins

Star.One

Swindle

The Comet is Coming

Smash Hi-Fi

Broken Brass Ensemble

K.O.G & The Zongo Bride

Holly Holdener

Yumi & The Weather

HoneyFeet

HarleighBlu

Sola Rosa

Ezra Collective

Lost Colours

Mexrissey

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Kendal Calling takes place in Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District, between 27th and 30th July. Tickets go on sale this Friday, 27th January.

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