Kendal Calling 2014 line-up: Suede and Frank Turner confirmed as headliners
De La Soul and Miles Kane are also set to perform at the August festival
Suede and Frank Turner have been confirmed to headline this summer's Kendal Calling festival alongside a host of popular acts including Miles Kane, Razorlight and Tom Odell.
Nineties favourites Reel Big Fish are set to play, along with indie group Athlete, DJ Mr Scruff, Dub Pistols, Saint Raymond and many more.
Kendal Calling's theme has been announced as 'Beyond the Stars' in an effort to rival Bestival for colour and craziness.
Eight stages run at the event, which offers music, art, poetry, comedy, a real ale festival and a wide range of food stalls.
There will be a DJ set from 2ManyDJs, with Craig Charles, Zane Lowe and dance duo Bondax also contributing to the party atmosphere.
Kendal Calling is now in its ninth year after being named Best Medium-Sized Festival at the latest UK Festival Awards.
Kendal Calling takes place 1-3 August 2014 at Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District. Tickets cost £119, with ages 11-15 paying £60 and under-10s going free.
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