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The Great Escape 2014: first 100 acts revealed

The Great Escape 2014: first 100 acts revealed

The Great Escape have revealed the first 100 artists confirmed for the 2014 festival.

Among the artists performing at this year's festival are Courtney Barnett [pictured] and Kelis - scroll down for the full line-up.

The festival will run on May 8 - 10 in Brighton across 35 venues. In total, the festival will play host to 400 bands.

Festival Director Kat Morris said: "This will be our 9th festival, and it really feels like the event has become stronger year on year. The Great Escape prides itself on showcasing the very best upcoming talent and we aim to produce a line-up which shows a true cross section of emerging artists, locally and internationally, and offer hundreds of incredible gigs, accessible to festivalgoers with just one wristband. We’re really excited by how this year's line-up is shaping up."

We will be announcing details of who's playing the Uncut stage soon.

A limited number of Early Bird tickets from £45 can be purchased from The Great Escape website here, or in person at Resident records in Brighton. Early Bird delegate passes are also on sale from £145.00, available here.

Check back here for more line-up announcements in the coming weeks.

You can read Uncut's coverage of last year's The Great Escape festival here.

The Great Escape first 100 acts confirmed are:

Amber Run
Andy Shauf
Arthur Beatrice
Autobahn
Baby In Vain
Beard of Wolves
Beautiful Boy
Black City Lights
Blaenavon
Broken Twin
Circa Waves
Courtney Barnett
D/C
Dark For Dark
Darlia
Denai Moore
Dive In
Doom Squad
Dune Rats
Ella Eyre* - Brighton Dome show Saturday 10th May
Fabienne
Fat White Family
Female Smell
FEMME
Flyte
French For Rabbits
fyfe
Gianna Lauren
Ginger & The Ghost
Glory Glory
Hermitude
HSY
Human Pyramids
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
Jay Arner
Jeremy Neale
Jungle
Kelis* - Brighton Dome show Saturday 10th May
Leon T Pearl
Lovepark
Marika Hackman
Matthew And The Atlas
Max Marshall
Oy
Pawws
Powder Blue
Rejjie Snow
Royal Blood
Samaris
Satellite Stories
September Girls
Shopping
Shy Nature
Sin Cos Tan
Slaves
Sundara Karma
The Bony King of Nowhere
The Creases
The Crooked Brothers
The Darlingtons
The Oscillation
The Scenes
Tove Lo
TRAAMS
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Travis Bretzer
White Lung
WILSEN
Woman's Hour
Youth Man
Yumi and The Weather

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