Standon Calling 2014 line-up announced

18:03 25 February 2014

Hertfordshire-born singer and songwriter Charlie XCX will appear at Standon Calling 2014

Hertfordshire-born singer and songwriter Charlie XCX will appear at Standon Calling 2014

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Festival organisers have confirmed the first bands playing Standon Calling 2014.

Standon Calling ticket information

* Tier 1 adult weekend ticket £119.

* Camper Van Ticket £50.

* Children’s ticket (4-12 y/o) £10.

* Infants (0-3 y/o) FREE.

* Available from www.standon-calling.com

The three-day music event returns to Standon Lordship, in Hertfordshire, from Friday, August 1 to Sunday, August 3.

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls will headline the opening night.

Maximo Park will top the Standon bill the following day, with the Sunday headliner still to be announced.

The Standon 2014 line-up will also include Amber Run, Beans On Toast, Charli XCX and chart-toppers Clean Bandit.

Standon Calling 2014 line-upStandon Calling 2014 line-up

Also playing across the weekend are Easy Star All Stars, Ella Eyre, Leisure Society, Peace, Saint Raymond, Imperial Leisure, The Cuban Brothers, The Heavy, The Other Tribe and TOY.

The festival’s theme this year will be Lost in Latin America.

Super-early bird tickets have already sold out, but tier one adult weekend passes are available now from www.standon-calling.com at £119 for a limited period.

Further announcements, including additions to the line-up, DJ programme, fringe entertainment, swimming pool area, dog show and more will be made over the coming months.

* For more festival news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ festival section.

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