Dr John And The Lower 911 have been added to the main stage bill at this year's Hop Farm Festival as organisers unveil a third stage with new music and comedy acts.
Sparrow And The Workshop, Paris Riots and Afro Celt Sound System will also appear at the event in July in the Big Tent alongside Richard Thompson, Alan Pownall and Kill It Kid.
The newly announced Bread And Roses stage is set to have music from The Ruskins, Hoodlums and Billy Vincent with comedy from Sion James, Bob Mills, Keith Platt and Ian Cognito.
Bob Dylan and Ray Davies head up the Kent event with support from Mumford And Sons, Seasick Steve, Peter Doherty, Laura Marling, The Magic Numbers, Foy Vance and Johnny Flynn.
The event, which lies in unspoilt countryside, is set to return to festivals of old with organisers refusing to have any sponsorship, VIP areas or ticket registration schemes.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £110 and two-night camping is available for an additional £25. Friday tickets are priced at £45 and Saturday tickets are £65.
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Hop Farm 2010 will take place in The Hop Farm, Kent from 2-3 August.