Ash have been confirmed as the headline act for this year's Ben & Jerry's Sundae on the Common.
The Northern Irish rockers will take to the stage on London's Clapham Common on Sunday July 27th, concluding two days of celebrations of the ice cream brand's 30th birthday.
Other acts confirmed for the Sunday lineup of the fourth Ben & Jerry's Sundae on the Common include Slow Club, Cage the Elephant, Parka and the New York Fund.
And Jerry Greenfield, the latter half of the Ben & Jerry's brand, will be on hand for the event which will feature the usual combination of live music, fairground attractions and free ice cream.
Tickets for the Sunday are available from http://www.benjerry.co.uk and are priced at just £8.75 each.
The event marks the 30th anniversary of Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield opening an ice cream parlour in Burlington, Vermont, the beginning of one of the most recognisable - and eco-friendly - brands on the planet.
The lineup for the festival's first day, on Saturday July 26th, has yet to be announced.
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