This article was published in 2011.
The full line up for the inaugural Long Division Festival have been revealed, with bands now confirmed for the three-day multi-venue event.
The Long Division Festival takes place in Wakefield from Friday 10th June to Sunday 12th June.
The event is organised by indie fanzine Rhubarb Bomb and Wakefield music venue The Hop.
The opening night (Friday) will take place at The Hop. The event is free entry, and will be headlined by Brighton's Shrag.
Saturday's festivities take place across six venues in the city. The venues taking part are Mustangs, The Hop, Henry Boons, the Town Hall, Graziers, and the Cathedral.
Tickets cost £12 and are exchanged for a wristband on the day of the event, with wristband wearers allowed to enter all the participating venues throughout the day.
The bands appearing on the Saturday are:
The Wedding Present // Darwin Deez // Los Campesinos! // The Wave Pictures // Emmy The Great // Emma Pollock // I Like Trains // Spectrals // Fonda500 // Napoleon IIIrd // Middleman // Skint & Demoralised // The Lovely Eggs // Blood Oranges // Runaround Kids // The Spills // Piskie Sits // China Shop Bull // Clandestines // Don Mercy // Elks // Freschard // Imp // Just Handshakes (We're British) // Mi Mye // Penguin // Protectors // Pylon // Queens English // St Gregory Orange // Stanley Brinks // The Birthday Kiss // Brown Hound James // The Finnlys // The Grand // The Magic Droids Band // The Passing Fancy // The Wind-Up Birds // Tiny Planets // Honour Before Glory.
You can view the full timetable online.
Long Division tickets can be bought from See Tickets, Jumbo and Crash Records.
On the Sunday, Wakefield will host a number of free events as part of the Fringe Festival.