Dry The River and the Raghu Dixit Project head up the first announcement for the Honeyfest 2012 line-up.
Nick Harper, Cut A Shine and Kidnap Alice will also play the festival, which will take place at a secret location in Wiltshire on Saturday 14 April.
Following a BBC documentary being aired on the making of last year’s festival, which sold out, there will be a BBC Introducing stage at this year’s event, in addition to the Main and Hoe Down stages.
Honeyfest 2012 tickets are on sale now, priced at £39 (plus booking fee).
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Tickets can also be bought in person from last year’s venue, The Barge Inn, in Honey Street, Wiltshire.
While there will be no camping on the festival site itself, the campsite at The Barge Inn will run shuttle buses to and from the festival, as well as running an afterparty.
Gates will open for the festival at 12pm on 14 April, with the festival car park opening an hour before, at 11am.
News on which acts will be playing the Introducing stage, as well as the festival’s headliners, will be announced soon.
The winners of a Battle Of The Bands contest, which takes place on 3 February, will also join the line-up.