George Ezra and Paloma Faith will join Bryan Ferry at the Hertfordshire festival this July.
Today, organisers for Standon Calling have revealed two of British music’s most loved performers as headliners for the festival’s 2018 edition, along with a whole host of amazing music and arts acts.
George Ezra and Paloma Faith are now set to join previously announced headliner Bryan Ferry.
Hailing from Hertfordshire, Ezra is one of the biggest-selling breakthrough names of the decade. Fans can hear the young singer-songwriter’s distinctive voice as he belts out beloved songs like Budapest, Listen to the Man and Don’t Matter Now.
Faith also boasts an incredible voice that’s showcased in her soaring anthems. She’s racked up countless hits over the years, along with Brit Awards, double-platinum albums and countless memorable performances.
Goldfrapp, The Horrors, Django Django, Maribou State, Tokio Myers, Little Simz, Marmozets, The Amazons and Pale Waves have also been added to this unmissable weekend of live music. Check out the full list of performers below!
Now in its 13th year, Standon Calling features arts and entertainment for all ages. That means you’ll be able to enjoy Horrible Histories Live, Andy and The Odds Socks, the London Astrobeat Orchestra Performs: Talking Heads and other family-friendly acts which have just been added to the line-up too.
Standon Calling runs from 26 – 29 July 2018 in the stunning Hertfordshire countryside less than 45 minutes from Central London. Tickets are available now at Ticketmaster.co.uk.