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ArcTanGent announces yet more bands, including international acts from mainland Europe and the USA as well as a new addition to the returning favourites!

Maybeshewill, Mutiny on the Bounty, Mylets, Tellison, Gunning for Tamar, Fen, Goonies Never Say Die and Broken Oak Duet join the already epic line up of And So I Watch You From Afar, Jamie Lenman, Tera Melos, LITE, Three Trapped Tigers, TTNG, The Physics House Band, Baby Godzilla, Nordic Giants, Enemies, Her Name is Calla, 100 Onces, Tangled Hair, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Theo, Codes in the Clouds, Bear Makes Ninja, Alpha Male Tea Party, and Iran Iran.

John Helps from Maybeshewill says “We're psyched to be getting back to ArcTanGent. Last year was mind blowing both from the stage and from the crowd watching some of our collective favourite bands. It'll be a particularly special end to the summer for us this year.”

This is the third round of announcements for this year’s ArcTanGent with many more bands still to come, including a special announcement on the 4th March. 

Goc O’Callaghan of ArcTanGent says “ticket sales are smashing targets from last year and knowing the bands still yet to be announced, we’re expecting tickets to definitely have sold out way before the festival gates open. If you want to be there get your tickets from the ArcTanGent website or our Facebook page.”

Published on 26 February 2014 by Ben Robinson

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