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Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel and Suede confirm Hop Farm 

added: 27 Mar 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Folk legend BOB DYLAN (UK exclusive), iconic singer-songwriter PETER GABRIEL AND THE NEW BLOOD ORCHESTRA (UK exclusive) and alt-rockers SUEDE (UK festival exclusive) are the headline acts for this years HOP FARM FESTIVAL 2012.

Other acts announced for Hop Farm include: DAMIEN RICE (UK festival exclusive), PRIMAL SCREAM, MY MORNING JACKET, MAXIMO PARK, PATTI SMITH AND HER BAND, THE STRANGLERS, DR JOHN AND THE LOWER 911, JOAN ARMATRADING, BILLY OCEAN, THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS, LIANNE LA HAVAS, THE JEZABELS, SLOW CLUB, BENJAMIN FRANCIS LEFTWICH, FRIGHTENED RABBIT, TOM VEK, WHITE DENIM, BEN KWELLER, LUCY ROSE, fiN, DOG IS DEAD, RACE HORSES, STEVE SMYTH, SIAN SANDERSON and LIGERS with many more to follow.

The festival will have 4 music stages this year including a comedy stage, Camp Acoustic stage and Buskers Boulevard as well as more new, exciting additions to be announced in due course.

The three-day independent festival will take place on Friday 29th, Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July in Paddock Wood, Kent. Maintaining its NO SPONSORSHIP, NO BRANDING ethos, the Hop Farm will be sticking to the winning formula of programming legendary artists with contemporary actswith one of the summer's most affordable festival tickets.

The Hop Farm Music Festival, which last year saw the legendary Prince take to the stage along with Morrissey and Eagles, will once again have no VIP area so that all festival goers enjoy the same experience, great bands and a great time!

Tickets are now on sale. Weekend tickets are priced at: £150 (first 10,000 tickets only) and children under 12 go in for free.

Buy sold out tickets at our partners here and check out all other tickets here.

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