Published: 11:19, 06 March 2018
Four-piece rock band Bastille have announced a rare UK festival appearance this summer at Neverworld in Kent.
The band will play the festival at John Darlings Farm near Hever, which runs from Thursday, August 2 to Sunday, August 5 and will feature 11 stages over three realms.
They join other headline act, Clean Bandit and Declan McKenna on the line-up for the festival, which started out as LeeFest and became Neverland - before this year's Neverworld.
Known for hits including Pompeii and Good Grief, they last played LeeFest in 2012. The BRIT Award winners and Grammy nominated band come to Kent as they prepare for a 2018 European tour and a new album on the horizon.
For dance fans, also added to the line-up is My Nu Leng, rising talent Bushbaby and Barkey Royal, who join Percolate featuring Denis Sulta and D&B label RAM Records with Sub Focus.
Festivalgoers will be able to choose to join one of three tribes - The Pirates, The Mermaids of The Lost Boys.
There will also be a BBC Music Introducing in Kent stage, featuring up and coming bands and the eclectic line-up also features new indie rock bands Airways and Airways, as well as Brit pop four-piece The Scruff.
Venues and stages across the weekend include The Fortress - the home to the Lost Boys and The Circus - a place for new music discovery, Miami-inspired stage The Beach, and late night rave destination The Goldmine.
Tickets, which are said to be limited now, cost from £109. Book at neverworld.co.uk
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