The second wave of acts for this year’s Dot To Dot festival has been announced. New York rockers Augustines and Manchester’s own Spring King will join the likes of Mystery Jets and The Temper Trap, who will play venues around the city centre on Friday 27 May. Dua Lipa and The Hunna are also among the 30+ names added to the line-up, as well as Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers, Blaenavon, Dreller, Formation, Girl Friend, Mt Wolf and Skinny Living. Initially launched in Bristol and Nottingham before expanding to Manchester, the tri-city event won the ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ award at the 2014 UK Festival Awards. Keep fully up to date with the festival by searching Twitter for the hashtag #D2DFest.

Fri 27 May, various Manchester city centre venues, £25,

Fri 27 May
Chris Horkan
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Fri 27 May 2016