British Sea Power & more for The Hop Farm
Ash, The View among the additions for the Kent bash
Photographer: Dan Smyth20 April 2009
The Brighton-based band, who scored their highest chart entry with ‘Do You Like Rock Music?’ last year, will
be joined by Ash and Dundee’s finest The View.
Rising Irish band Bell X1, indie boys Johnny Foreigner, The Chapman Family and Eight Legs have also been confirmed for the two-day festival, which will be headlined by The Fratellis and Paul Weller.
2 Many DJs, Super Furry Animals, Echo And The Bunnymen, Editors and Doves will also perform over the weekend.
A Hop At The Farm 2009 will take place at Hop Farm, Paddock Wood in Kent from 4-5 July.
The festival is set to continue with no VIP area, branding or sponsorship, while boasting three stages, boutique camping, a fun fair and a celebrity 5-a-side football match.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £125 for the weekend or £65 for a day pass.
Click here to buy The Hop Farm Festival tickets.
The latest line-up is as follows:
SATURDAY: THE FRATELLIS, PIGEON DETECTIVES, THE VIEW, ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN, ETIENNE DE CRECY LIVE, FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE, NOAH AND THE WHALE, HOWLING BELLS, BELL X 1, THE TWILIGHT SAD, JOHNNY FOREIGNER, DR. LEKTROLUV, D.I.M, JAPE, LET’S WRESTLE, THE GGOD THE BAD.
SUNDAY: PAUL WELLER, EDITORS, DOVES, 2MANYDJ’S, SUPER FURRY ANIMALS, THE TWANG, MYSTERY JETS, LADYHAWKE, THE RIFLES, BRITISH SEA POWER, 65 DAYS OF STATIC, DANANANANAYKROYD, FIGHT LIKE APES, SCRATCH PERVERTS, ALEX GOPHER, THAT PETROL EMOTION, THE CHAPMAN FAMILY, BURN THE NEGATIVE, R.S.A.G, EIGHT LEGS.