Crowd-funded, family orientated, 9-years running Wychwood Festival has announced that 80s new-wave act The Human League has been added to the line up for the festival’s 2013 outing, running 31st May- 2nd June.

Headliners for the Saturday mainstage, The Human league join a festival roster that includes Mercury Prize nominee Sam Lee, Reggae/crossover group The Beat, Caravan Palace, The Moulettes (including Ted Dwayne of Mumford and Sons), Eddie & The Hot Rods and others.

London promoters Smashing Blouse will be directing the Big Top arena’s evening programme throughout the festival, including London outfit Public Service Broadcasting, Cave Painting, Mt Folk and others.

With rave reviews from The Guardian, The Times, The Independent and slew of other publications, Wychwood is generally recognised as the UKs leading family-friendly festival, with arts, crafts and day activities for kids. Wychwood this year have also raised the age for child concession from under 5 to under 10 years.

Full tickets details and much more information is available via the official Wychwood website