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Margate Wonderland announce more headliners plus transport from London to venue, Dreamland

PUBLISHED: 12:21 19 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:21 19 April 2017

Dreamland, Margate

Dreamland, Margate

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The festival has been put together by the organisers of the Hackney Festival

TOY, Howling Bells and Paves have been announced to play alongside headliners The Kills at Margate Wonderland Festival one May bank holiday, heralding a return to rock and roll at Dreamland.

To start a summer schedule of live music, the team behind the sold-out Hackney Wonderland will be taking over the iconic seaside resort on May 28.

Whilst celebrating their 15th anniversary, The Kills will be joined by some of the new bands of the moment in this seaside location.

With a third album under their belt, Brighton formed TOY will now bring their psychedelic sounds to the sea.

Howling Bells will deliver their Aussie rock and roll on the day to kick off their festival season.

Margate Wonderland will also see transport available to and from central London’s Liverpool Street, with the last coach leaving at 2.45am, after the festivals closure at 2am.

More information and tickets (£25 not including transport) visit margatewonderland.com

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