Supernormal Festival is an experimental DIY Arts and Music festival incorporating artists and initiatives, performers and musicians to provide a critique of entertainment, spectacle and intrigue.
Now in it's seventh year, the event will take place in Braziers Park, in Oxfordshire from Friday 4th until Sunday 6th August 2017.
The acts confirmed for this year's festival are:- Ed Askew; Aggressive Perfector; Beards; John Bence; Steve Beresford; Bruxa Maria; Cattle; Eric Chenaux; Chop Chop; Clout Then Grappling; Coum Flakes; Dead Rat Orchestra & James Holcombe ‘tyburnia’; Death Pedals; Dorcha; R Elizabeth; Evil Usses; Kelly Jayne Jones; C Joynes; King Ayisoba; Sharron Krauss; Left Hand Cuts Off The Right; Lone Taxidermist; Lush Worker; Not Sorry; Paper Dollhouse; Jaxson Payne; Plague Dogs; Pikacyu*makoto; Rapid Tan; Rat Salad; Matana Roberts; Joanne Robertson; Sacred Paws; Self-help; Silver Waves; The Stallion; Tirikilatops; Ukaea; V Ä L V ÄÂÂ; The Wargs; Colin Webster & Andrew Cheetham; Wolf Eyes; Yeah You; Zaimph; :Zoviet*france:; Strange Attractor Presents: Unicazurn, Howlround & Teleplamiste; Ben Vince; Big Lad; Bong Vs Bridget Hayden; Bridget Hayden & Zaimph; Container; Coldnose; Daphnellc; Graham Dunning Field Recordings; Kuro; Liz Muir & Caitlin Alais Callahan; Lord Of Lords; Mxlx; No Form; Ore; Pikacyu Kids Gig; St Deluxe; Steve Beresford & Colin Webster; Team Drum.
Tickets are sold out.
Tickets are priced at £85 for a weekend ticket including camping.
For nearly two decades, artists have gathered for the Braziers International Artists Workshops and in 2010 they launched this artist-led event on the final weekend. Debate, international film, performance, art, and music will take place in the grounds of the 17th-century estate, now used as an artists' retreat.
Attendees can also expect a Shed Stage, Stage 2, The Wooden Barn (acoustic, art & performance), Pentagram Cinema, Disco Bar Tent, Church of Chaos (experimental music tent), Workshops and Activities for all ages, Family & Kid Friendly, Site Specific Performances, Discussion & Talks, Supernormal Superstore, Local Food Traders, and a Pop-up Restaurant.
The live music programme ranges from the experimental to the fabulously kitsch and super-loud, and sits alongside impromptu and incidental performances, events and talks which will take place throughout the grounds.
More information will be here when available.
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