Helen Love, The Wave Pictures and The Lovely Eggs are among 26 bands added to the line-up for Indietracks 2013, to be staged at the Midland Railway Centre near Ripley.
This is the first show Helen Love has announced for over ten years and she is joined on the bill by new additions Haiku Salut, Monnone Alone, Alpaca Sports (Sweden), Anaesthetics, Big Wave, The Brilliant Corners, Cars Can Be Blue (USA), EXPENSIVE, The Fenestration, Finnmark!, Jupiter in Jars, Lardpony, Making Marks (Norway), The McTells, The Middle Ones, The Mini Skips, Northern Spies (Sweden), Pale Spectres (France), Seabirds, The Soulboy Collective (Germany), Tunabunny (USA), Without Feathers and Woog Riots (Germany).
Bands already announced for so far Indietracks, which runs from July 26-28, include Camera Obscura, The Pastels, Bis, Still Corners, The Ballet, Flowers, Martha, The Understudies, Fever Dream and The Secret History.
Cheaper tickets are now available at an early bird discount price of £65 (weekend) and £35 (day). These cheaper prices are available until 5pm on Saturday, May 11. After this date, prices will be £72 (weekend) and £38 (day).
Weekend tickets for children aged 5-15 are £10, or £6 for a day ticket. Children under five get in free.
Tickets are available from www.indietracks.co.uk/tickets.html or by calling the Midland Railway on 01773 747674.
There’s still time to apply if you’d like to run an art/craft workshop or volunteer at Indietracks.
In addition, if you’d like to volunteer as a steward or stage assistant at the festival (free entry, free camping) there’s details at: