Standon Calling 2015 festival line-up latest announcement

PUBLISHED: 09:08 12 March 2015 | UPDATED: 09:53 13 March 2015

Gilles Peterson playing Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]

Gilles Peterson playing Standon Calling 2013 [Picture: PG Brunelli]


More acts have been added to the Standon Calling 2015 line-up, including The Horrors, Gilles Peterson and DJ Yoda.

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This summer marks the Hertfordshire music festival’s 10th anniversary.

And joining the likes of headliners Little Dragon, The Dandy Warhols and Basement Jaxx at Standon Lordship over the weekend of Friday, July 31 to Sunday, August 2 will be indie-rockers and Mercury Prize nominees The Horrors, DJ Gilles Peterson, DJ Yoda, Bondax, The Cuban Brothers, Prides, Will & The People, Revere, We Have Band, Maribou State and We Are Shining.

Other additions to the bill include Gabby Young & Other Animals, Kidnap Kid, Remi Miles, Jax Jones, Crows, Black Delta Movement, Kiko Bun and The Thirst.

Weekend tickets for the three-day party in the Hertfordshire countryside between Ware and Stevenage cost £127.

They are available from

Standon Calling 2015 line-up so far:
* Little Dragon / The Dandy Warhols (UK Exclusive) / Basement Jaxx
* The Horrors / Roots Manuva / Hercules & Love Affair / Ella Eyre / Kwabs
* Gilles Peterson / The Antlers / Saint Raymond / Lucy Spraggan / Bondax / DJ Yoda / The Cuban Brothers / Hypnotic Brass Ensemble / Prides / Slaves / Will & The People / Charlotte OC / * Seinabo Sey / All We Are
* Revere / We Have Band / Rag‘n’Bone Man / Maribou State / Real Lies / We Are Shining / Gabby Young & Other Animals / Kidnap Kid / Jagaara / Remi Miles / Black Honey / Jax Jones / Crows / Black Delta Movement / Kiko Bun / The Thirst

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