A brand new event Once Upon A Time In The West aka OUT West Festival takes place in The South West on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th July 2014, and is run by a crew who brought you the likes of Glastonbury, Bearded Theory ( Tornado Town), Bath Fringe, Endorse it in Dorset & beyond.
Latest additions are Imperial Leisure, Fromage en Feu, Rusty Shackle, The White City Shakers, and The Bleedin Noses.
They join headliners King Porter Stomp plus The John E Visitic Experience, Subgiant, Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs, Howlin' Lord, Graveyard Johnnys, Ned The Kids Dylan, Poor Old Dogs, Screamin' Miss Jackson & The Slap Ya' Mama Big Band, Argentinian Silvestre y La Naranja, Hodmadoddery, Funke and the Two Tone Baby, Gaz Brookfield, The Duckworths, The Doghouse Boat Boys, New Groove Formation, Jack Cade & the Everyday Sinners, The Boot Hill All Stars, Quinns Quinney, Big Red Ass, Gringo Ska, and Shootin' The Crow.
For the line-up details click here.
The ethos of the festival is pretty simple - having a great time, with your friends ( both old and new) against a beautiful Westcountry backdrop. They have brilliant good-time bands, booked - some you'll have heard of, some not - all are of excellent quality. The range of music is diverse, from swing to folk to dub to rockabilly to hoedown....the list is endless. If you're looking for big acts, then this isn't the place for you - if you're looking for a proper Westcountry party then read on.......
2nd Tier adult early bird tickets are priced at £45, a Youth (aged 10-15 years) weekend ticket is priced at £20. A Child (aged 6-9 yrs years) weekend ticket is priced at £10. and a kids (aged 5 years & under) weekend ticket is priced at £1.
Live in Vehicle pass is priced at £15, and a Car park pass is priced at £5.
Prices do not include service fees.
The emphasis will be on having a good time – a celebration of what The West and beyond has to offer, accessible, welcoming, affordable and a fantastic party…… the like of which the Westcountry is famed for.
The music will be held over two stages, with a third open mic stage in the planning. All are undercover. Hotel Bastardos will take over later on, with further areas to chill, play music and continue to sample the beverages on offer.
More information will be here when available.
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