Kendal Calling Reveals Stage Splits and 40+ New Artists

Kendal Calling UK 2023 news

Kendal Calling is fast approaching just next month, so to keep the excitement going, Kendal today reveals 40+ more acts for this year’s edition, along with stage splits  across the entire, sold-out whopper of a festival. One of the UK’s most beloved festivals, set in Lowther Deer Park in the beautiful Lake District, Kendal Calling will take place from 27th – 30th July 2023.

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East London’s own MC and rapper PROFESSOR GREEN has remained prolific throughout his incredible career. Today, it is announced that he’ll be heading to the hallowed grounds of Kendal Calling, taking to the main stage for a set laden with his biggest hits including I Need You Tonight, Jungle, and Read All About It. Scottish alt-rockers DAYTIME TV will be hitting up the main stage next month, hot on the heels of their latest single Jessica, released last month. The hype is all too real when it comes to these rising stars who are not to be missed!

Over at Parklands, ARXX are the latest act to join the bill, along with RHYTHM OF THE 90S, JIMMY THE GENT, DECO and more! It Feels So Good to be welcoming the one and only SONIQUE to Kendal Calling 2023. British pop and dance music legend, she is renowned for putting out some of the most timeless bangers of the 90s and 00s. Get your dancing shoes on for classics including Sky and I Put A Spell On You, plus, joining Glow’s late night takeover are ABSOLUTE, WOOKIE and more.

Calling Out is Kendal’s iconic stage which over the years has played host to some of the best up and coming music from across the globe. This year, Calling Out will see the return of firm Kendal favourites CIRCA WAVES taking the headline slot on Saturday night while ‘She’s Casual’ and ‘Bonfire’ hitmakers THE HUNNA will close out the weekend in the big top.  KATY J PEARSON, CONNIE CONSTANCE, STONE, WILL JOSEPH COOK. DEADLETTER, CVC, BANDIT, OVERPASS, CRYSTAL TIDES, WUNDERHORSE, MATILDA MANN, CHINCHILLA, BEDROOM HIGH CLUB and tons of others make up the ultimate Calling Out stage line up for this summer’s edition. Calling Out has hosted the newest and most exciting bands and artists since 2010. Mumford & Sons, The 1975, London Grammar and more have appeared on Kendal’s intimate new music stage before going on to pack out arenas and stadiums across the world. If you want to catch the next big thing, Calling Out is the place!

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What’s more, Kendal has shared stage and day splits today. From the Main Stage megastars, and Calling Out’s incredible new music, to dancing into the wee hours at Parklands and delving into world music discovery at Chai Wallahs, acoustic goodness at Woodlands and a laugh a minute at The Soapbox, there is seriously something for everyone to enjoy, explore and discover at this year’s festival during four unmissable days.

With NILE RODGERS & CHIC, KASABIAN, ROYAL BLOOD and BLOSSOMS leading the charge as 2023’s mega headliners, Kendal’s line-up is not to be missed. With a wealth of other huge acts including KAISER CHIEFS, SCOUTING FOR GIRLS, RICK ASTLEY, THE LATHUMS, EXAMPLE, CONFIDENCE MAN, MELANIE C, NATALIE IMBRUGLIA, ANNIE MAC, MIKE SKINNER and more, unrivalled entertainment and fun for all ages, it’s set to be another unforgettable, must-attend summer in the fields. Plus, there’s laugh-out-loud comedy at The Soapbox with TOM STADE, ED BYRNE topping the bill amongst other hilarious talent.  Sprawling across one of the UK’s most beautiful festival sites, every corner of Kendal Calling is waiting to be discovered – jam packed with eclectic entertainment designed to intrigue, surprise and entertain all ages. During every moment over one very special weekend in July, there’s something new to dive into – such is the wonderful world of Kendal Calling.

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