The final line up for Bushstock Festival has been announced

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Bushstock 2012

Taking place at various venues around Shepherds Bush, London, on Saturday 2nd June returns the Bushstock Festival.

The line up for Bushstock includes headliners Mystery Jets as well as Fink, Let's Buy Happiness, Bastille and many more artists.

Fresh from the release of their new album 'Radlands' and a sell out show at Brixton Academy, Mystery Jets will headline the Shepherds Bar, and Fink will play a rare afternoon acoustic set at the Defectors Weld. Daughter, Fionn Regan, Lanterns on the Lake and Raghu Dixit will all play St Stephens Church, Rae Morris and Joe Banfi will perform at Defectors Weld, whilst Gabriel and the Hounds and Marcus Foster will both be at Ginglik. Full line up as follows:

ST STEPHENS CHURCH (Coverdale Road, W12 8JJ)
1pm doors
1.30 - 2 David McCaffrey
2.30 - 3 Mahalia
3.30 - 4 Nick Mulvey
4.30 - 5.10 Raghu Dixit
5.30 - 6 Sarah Jarosz
6.30 - 7 Bear's Den
7.45 - 8.15 Lanterns On The Lake
8.45 - 9.30 Fionn Regan
10 - 11 Daughter
11pm curfew

DEFECTORS WELD (170 Uxbridge Road, W12 8AA)
1.30pm doors
2 - 2.30 Dog Is Dead
3 - 3.30 Rae Morris
4 - 4.30 Fink (acoustic)
5 - 5.30 Joe Banfi
6 - 6.30 Alessi's Ark
7 -7.30 Matthew And The Atlas
8.15 - 8.45 Silent Devices
9.15 - 9.45 Let's Buy Happiness
10.30 - 11.30 Bastille
**official aftershow party**
11.30 - 12.30 Sunday Best DJs
12.20 - 2am Sophie Robinson DJ
2am curfew

SHEPHERDS BAR (G11 Shepherd’s Building, Charecroft Way, W14 0DA)
2pm doors
2.30 - 3 Harry Oakwood (Millionaire)
3.30 - 4 JP Cooper
4.30 - 5 Juan Zelda
5.30 - 6 Ellen & The Escapades
6.45 - 7.15 Dan Croll
7.45 - 8.15 Paul Thomas Saunders
8.45 - 9.15 Pales Seas
9.45 - 10.15 Jamie N Commons
11.15 - 12.15 Mystery Jets
12.15pm curfew

GINGLIK (1 Shepherds Bush Green, W12 8PH)
5.30pm doors
6 - 6.30 Oh Burgundy
7 - 7.30 Gabriel & The Hounds
8 - 8.30 Amber States
9 - 9.30 Burning Beard
10.15 - 11.15 Marcus Foster
11.30pm curfew

Bushstock is a one-day Festival over 4 venues in Shepherds Bush, curated by independent promoters and record label Communion. Communion is the brainchild of musicians Ben Lovett (Mumford and Sons), Kevin Jones, and producer Ian Grimble. Starting out in 2006 as a regular monthly live event in Notting Hill Arts Club it has sprawled into a live promotions team that reaches across the UK and Ireland and now into America and Australia. The label was launched in 2010 to offer an outlet for the young artists that they supported live to release their first recordings and has grown in success and stature over the past 2 years with 2012 already shaping up to be quite a year for Communion with album chart success for acts such as Ben Howard, Gotye and Michael Kiwanuka, all of whom had early EP releases through Communion. Bushstock promises to bring you the very best of 2012's new music and Communion's favourite artists.

Published on 26 May 2012 by Wayne Feltham

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