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Beth Orton added to bluedot festival line-up

Steve Davis, The Membranes and more set to play at Jodrell Bank.

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Taking place at Jodrell Bank observatory, bluedot festival has revealed details of its 2016 line-up. The festival will include headline slots from French iconic DJ Jean Michel Jarre, Underworld and Caribou.

Bluedot festival is supported by the UK Space Agency and EuroScience Open Forum and champions amazing music and comedy line-ups. Plus festival-goers can eat food by Michelin star chef Aiden Byrn in The Restaurant at the end of the Universe. There are many wonders to be discovered at the festival and all in a wonderful setting.

Bluedot’s festival 2016 line-up looks like this:

Headliners this year are Jean Michel Jarre, Underworld, and Caribou plus latest additions Beth Orton, The Membranes, NZCA Lines, iLiKETRAiNS, snooker player turned DJ Steve Davis, Unabombers playing a special cosmic one-off as the Lunabombers, Cheeba, Space Cassette ft Henge, Age Of Glass, Paddy Steer, Algorave, Bernard & Edith, Pumarosa, The Big Moon, Olivier Heim, Mother, Actor, Cabbage, Worriedaboutsatan, The Spills, Mi Mye, Blair Dunlop, Cambio Sun, Sam Brookes, Steve Parker, Musaic, The Lion and The Wolf, and Alter Hanglands

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These acts join the already announced: Air, Krysko, Marc Riley, Lanterns on the Lake + Royal Northern Sinfonia, Everything Everything, Public Service Broadcasting, Mercury Rev, Steve Mason, 65daysofstatic, and British Sea Power, Moon Duo, Beyond The Wizards Sleeve, Ben UFO, DJ Yoda, Gwenno, Lonelady, Stealing Sheep, Dutch Uncles, Galaxians, Aziz & Dal, The Lucid Dream, Sundara Karma, Plastic Mermaids, Let.s Eat Grandma, Nai Harvest, The Vryll Society, Post War Glamour Girls, Cowtown, Mi Mye, Hot Vestry, Rhain, The Watchmakers, Sympathiser, and Body Clocks

bluedot festival takes place in Cheshire between 22nd and 24th July. 


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