Standon Calling 2014 line-up announcement confirmed

19:43 16 February 2014

Bastille on stage at Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]

Bastille on stage at Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]


Organisers of Hertfordshire music festival Standon Calling will make the first 2014 line-up announcement later this month.

De La Soul headlining Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]De La Soul headlining Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]

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

And the first bands for the 2014 Standon showcase will be announced on Monday, February 24, with the festival’s theme confirmed before then.

A tweet from Standon Calling’s official Twitter account @StandonCalling on Thursday said: “1st Line up announcement will be February 24th. Theme announcement next week!”

De La Soul, Digitalism and Band of Skulls headlined Standon Calling 2013, with Bad Blood album chart-toppers Bastille, AlunaGeorge and London Grammar also on the bill.

Since Standon, Pompeii band Bastille have been nominated for four BRIT Awards.

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