More acts confirmed for Wakefield’s Long Division festival

Long Division festival performers Piskie Sits, Chris Billingham, Chris Morse, Harry Rhodes, Craig Hale and Al Donlon. w601a303
Long Division festival performers Piskie Sits, Chris Billingham, Chris Morse, Harry Rhodes, Craig Hale and Al Donlon. w601a303
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The second wave of acts has been announced for this summer’s Long Division festival.

They include Jeffrey Lewis, Allo Darlin’, The History of Apple Pie and Sky Larkin.

They will join headliners The Fall as part of 70 bands to perform across eight stages in Wakefield city centre between June 7 and 9.

Cult singer-songwriter Jeffrey Lewis will be joined by guitarist Peter Stampfel on Saturday, June 8, along with This Many Boyfriends, Sky Larkin and Blacklisters.

The Sunday will include alternative entertainment, including films, comedians and special talks.

The festival is organised by Wakefield fanzine Rhubarb Bomb and will take place in venues including the former Drury Lane Library, Wakefield Theatre Royal, Mustangs and Warehouse 23.

The line-up includes The Fall, Ghostpoet, Jeffrey Lewis and Peter Stampfel, Howard Marks, Nine Black Alps, Allo Darlin’, The History of Apple Pie, This Is The Kit, Ed Tudor Pole, Kid Canaveral, Sky Larkin, RM Hubbert, That F***ing Tank, Blacklisters, Dead Sons, Humanfly, Skint and Demoralised, This Many Boyfriends, Runaround Kids, Too Many Ts, Middleman, Post War Glamour Girls, Olympic Swimmers, The Spills, Mark Wynn, New Vinyl, O Messy Life, Harry George Johns, Imp, Jonnythefirth, St Gregory Orange, Above Them, The Michael Ainsley Band, Witch Hunt, The State Of Georgia, Matadors, The Birthday Kiss, The Coopers, Spirit Of John, The Do’s, Piskie Sits, The Exhibition, Rose and The Howling North, Morain, The Grand, Aztec Doll, The Sunbeams, Cry Baby Cry.

For more information and tickets visit the Long Division website