Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Final Acts for Weekender; STOCKTON WEEKENDER

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Final Acts for Weekender; STOCKTON WEEKENDER

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THE final acts for this year's Stockton Weekender have been revealed - with local heavyweights Collectors Club and The Jar Family being added to an already impressive cast of names. The bands top off a genre spanning line up that will be headlined by 'Madchester' legends Happy Mondays and American hip-hop champions Public Enemy - the only Northeast appearances for both acts this summer.

With 50-plus acts set to play across four stages - including major names such as Shed Seven, Reverend & The Makers, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and Peter Hook & The Light - this year cements the festival as a not to be missed event for music lovers.

Teesside's indie pop specialists Collectors Club join the main stage line up on Saturday, July 26 alongside Happy Mondays, Shed Seven and Martha Reeves to name but a few.

Hartlepool band The Jar Family will be on Sunday's main stage, on July 27, alongside headliners Public Enemy.

More names added to the bill include former Seahorses frontman Chris Helme, Japanese multiinstrumentalist and artist ICHI, soul-fuelled cover band The Funk Collective, gypsy folk-rock quartet Holy Moly & The Crackers, psych laced blues heroes The Approved and Middlesbrough hip-hop duo Leddie and Smoggy. …

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