When is Kendal Calling 2019, who’s in the lineup and how can you get tickets for the festival?

KENDAL Calling is back for 2019, and features a stellar line-up.

We’ve got the lowdown on who’s performing, and how you can make sure you can get tickets for the shows…

 Kendally Calling is returning for 2018


Kendally Calling is returning for 2018

Set in the Lake District’s Lowther Deer Park, Kendal Calling takes place between 25-28 July 2019.

Kendal Calling is one of the UK’s few independent music festival and is held annually.

Starting in 2006, it has grown from a two-day, 900 capacity event to a 25,000 capacity 4-day music festival.

In 2010 Kendal Calling was awarded the Best Small UK Festival Award at the UK Festival Awards, as voted by the public, and won the industry award ‘Best Small Festival’ at the LIVE UK awards in 2011.

As well as a musical lineup, guests can also enjoy four days of art installations, comedy, gourmet food options, children’s entertainment and a real ale festival.

Festival director Andy Smith said: “We can’t wait to head back to the beautiful Lake District for another weekend of music, art, food and a couple of Kend-ales.

“We’re lucky to have one of our biggest lineups ever and can’t wait to welcome our headliners. See you in the fields!”

Who’s in the line-up?

The festival will be headlined by following acts:

  • Courteeners
  • Doves
  • Manic Street Preachers
  • Nile Rogers & Chic
  • Orbital
  • Years & Years

The supporting bill includes:

  • Tom Jones
  • Rival Sons
  • Gerry Cinnamon
  • Miles Kane
  • Don Broco
  • Gomez
  • The Fratellis
  • Idles
  • KT Tunstall
  • Dermot Kennedy
  • Mystery Jets
  • Slowthai
  • Reverend & The Makers
  • The Pigeon Detectives
  • Badly Drawn Boy
  • Mahalia
  • Tim Burgess
  • The Subways
  • Nina Nesbitt
  • Twisted Wheel
  • The Lancashire Hotpots

For the full lineup, visit the Kendal Calling website

How do you get tickets for the festival?

Tickets for Kendall Calling 2018 are on sale NOW, and can be purchased from their official website.

The final batch of tickets are priced at from £145 (or £23 on a monthly payment plan), plus booking fees.


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