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Ray Davies joins Hop Farm Festival bill

Ray Davies joins Hop Farm Festival bill

Ray Davies has been announced as the latest addition to the line-up for this year's Hop Farm Festival.

The festival, which will be headlined by Bob Dylan, Suede and Peter Gabriel, takes place in Paddock Wood in Kent from June 29 – July 1.

Other new additions to the bill include Richard Ashcroft. It will be Ashcroft's only UK appearance of the year.

Also joining the line-up are Kool And The Gang, The Futureheads, Gary Numan, Bellowhead, British Sea Power, King Charles, Howling Bells, Peter Hook and the Light, Gruff Rhys and a host of others.

For more information visit www.hopfarmfestival.com. More acts will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

The line-up for year's Hop Farm Festival so far is as follows:

Bob Dylan
Peter Gabriel And The New Blood Orchestra
Suede
Damien Rice
Primal Scream
My Morning Jacket
Maximo Park
Patti Smith And Her Band
The Stranglers
Dr John And The Lower 911
Joan Armatrading
Billy Ocean
The Psychedelic Furs
Lianne La Havas
The Jezabels
Richard Ashcroft
Ray Davies
Kool and the Gang
George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic
Randy Crawford and Joe Sample Trio
The Levellers
The Futureheads
Gilbert O’Sullivan
Ian Hunter
Gary Numan
Bellowhead
British Sea Power
The Tallest Man on Earth
Gomez
Howling Bells
Peter Hook and the Light
Gruff Rhys
King Charles
Marcus Foster
Lights
Tanita Tikaram
Mary Coughlan
The Datsuns
Field Music
Treetop Flyers
Various Cruelties
Little Barrie
Cashier No 9
Robert Francis
Jonquil
Mary Epworth
James Levy and the Blood Red Rose
The Sheepdogs
Dan Clews
Helen Boulding
Noah Francis
Yossarian
Flight Brigade
Maia
Holy Something
Slow Club
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Frightened Rabbit
Tom Vek
White Denim
Ben Kweller
Lucy Rose
Fin
Dog Is Dead
Race Horses
Steve Smyth
Sian Sanderson
Ligers


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