Dartford council have announced their next wave of acts set to take the stage at this years annual Dartford Festival.

Nineties music fans were delighted to hear that Liverpudlian pop legends The Lightening Seeds would be headlining this year's festival, alongside superstar ABBA-tribute act, Bjorn Again.

Continuing with nineties nostalgia, Spice Girls cover group, Wannabe, have been added to the bill and will be celebrating the stellar career of one of the world's biggest girl groups.

The Dunwells, who were hugely influenced by Bob Dylan, the Beatles and Motown will also be appearing at this year's festival.

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Writing and performing their own tracks, these guys have extensively toured the US as well as supporting Bryan Adams on his UK stadium tour.

They are currently preparing for the release of their third album, ‘Something in the Water’, due out September 2019.

Since their inception in 2012, Rhythm of the 90’s have become the act to get any party started previously playing at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and Latitude as well as main stage at Love Saves the Day, Mutiny and Victorious Festival and now, this year's Dartford Festival.

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Rocking out in Central Park will also be Who Are You UK, the UK’s hottest tribute to The Who.

Finally, Nick Corbin has spent the last year touring with the likes of The Milk, Stone Foundation, Corduroy and The Spitfires. Alongside an even busier live schedule this year, Nick began recording his debut solo album in March.

Expect an eclectic set of hard-hitting, soulful tunes with a distinctly British edge and keep your eyes peeled for new releases later this year.

Speaking on the line-up, council leader Jeremy Kite said: "Dartford Festival is the highlight of the Central Park 2019 calendar.

This year we’re welcoming some amazing big name acts to the main stage, as well as The Dunwells, Rhythm of the 90s and Nick Corbin, who are no strangers to playing to large crowds and some of the best tributes to the biggest bands the world has ever seen.

"We work very hard to make it a fantastic family event and our Community Stage sponsored by Howarth Timber will also be busy all weekend celebrating the groups, clubs and talented local people who make Dartford a very special place. We’re very proud of Dartford Festival and every year just gets better and better."