Lounge on the Farm organisers have announced their second wave of acts to perform the Canterbury festival from 26th – 28th July.

Amongst the new artists on the bill is 28-year-old Brit Award nominee Jessie Ware, who will be headlining the Saturday night. The acclaimed songstress will join country-blues stalwart Seasick Steve and four-time Brit nominated R&B outfit Soul II Soul topping the bill; making up a diverse but star-studded line-up.

Other artists announced today are indie/ska blenders Man Like Me, innovative, young writer/producer Willy Moon, rock 'n roll's current torch-bearer's Tribes, Kent's own local heroes Broken Hands and NME hotly tipped youngsters Blanaevon. They will all join the artists announced in the first wave last month, including Lucy Rose, Simon Felice and ASWAD.

There are exciting acts on the Farm Folk stage too, with acclaimed London label Communion back curating the stage for a second year. You can expect a hugely talented array of up-and-coming artists on the stage, including Sivu, Farewell JR and Treetop Flyers .

See the full line-up here.

Early Bird tickets are now sold out, but second tier Adult Weekend tickets still available at £100.