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The Beautiful Days festival announce initial 2013 lineup

Music News | By on March 8, 2013


Ah to live in England, so many great festivals to attend. The Beautiful Days festival has announced its initial lineup for 2013 and it’s a pretty impressive list of musicians. First acts announced for Beautiful Days 2013 include headliners Primal Scream, Ocean Colour Scene & Levellers plus Sinead O’Connor, Arrested Development, Roy Harper, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, Imelda May, The Skatalites, The Wonder Stuff, Clannad, Babylon Circus, and Gaz Brookfield. The Levellers’ festival always delivers! The festival will be held on August 16-18 at Escot Park in Devon, UK.

Primal Scream | Ocean Colour Scene | Levellers | Sinead O’Connor | Arrested Development | Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel | Roy Harper | Imelda May | The Selecter | The Skatalites | The Wonder Stuff | Clannad | Babylon Circus | Spiers & Boden | The Staves | Treacherous Orchestra | Damien Dempsey | Viv Albertine | Molotov Jukebox | Brother & Bones | Andy C | Banco De Gaia | Skamanians | Sharon Shannon | Headmix Collective | The Chair | Sheelanagig | Gaz Brookfield | The Emily Brothers | Heidi Talbot | Moulettes | Sam Lee | The Fabulous Good Time Party Boys

Influential Scottish rock band Primal Scream, Britpop veterans Ocean Colour Scene and festival founders Levellers will headline the main stage at Beautiful Days 2013.

They will be joined on the main stage bill by Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O’Connor, hip hop legends Arrested Development, Irish rockabilly revivalist Imelda May, English rock band Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, festival favourites The Wonder Stuff, French ska and reggae ensemble Babylon Circus, Jamaican ska legends The Skatalites, 2 Tone ska band The Selecter, gypsy/dubstep/swing group Molotov Jukebox, plus alt rock 5 piece Brother & Bones and French ska outfit Skamanians.
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