Kids in Glass Houses and 15 more for Wakestock

including Far East Movement, Kissy Sell Out, Toddla T, and more

published: Thu 31st Mar 2011

Kids in Glass Houses

Friday 8th to Sunday 10th July 2011
Pwllheli Inner Marina and Abersoch Beach, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales MAP
£125 with camping
last updated: Thu 12th May 2011

Welsh rockers Kids in Glass Houses and fifteen more acts have been added to the 12th Wakestock line-up which takes place from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th July 2011, at Abersoch, North Wales.

Kids in Glass Houses
Bursting out of the South Wales scene back in 2007, the quintet have developed a huge fan base and are currently busy recording their third album, the guys will no doubt go down a storm at Wakestock with the home crowds.

Also announced today are Los Angeles club scenesters Far East Movement, Kissy Sell Out & MC Cobra, and Toddla T & MC Serocee who will be headlining the Propaganda pre-party on the Thursday night with Goldierocks and DJ Dan with the Propaganda Residents Micky Slim, and Jigsaw.

The Propaganda Pre Party will be taking place on site on Thursday 7th July, to gain access to the pre party you need to have a weekend camping or weekend VIP camping ticket, and will also need to buy a Thursday night arena pass which costs £7.50 per person. Thursday night arena passes are on sale now.

Also joining the bill is Herve, Ed Sheeran, Little Comets, and Mim and Liv Nervo - the feisty sister tag-team known as Nervo.

Homegrown talent comes in the form of Neath's Friends Electric, with guitar band All The Young, electro popper Sarah McIntosh aka The Good Natured, and North London grimester Random Impulse completing the latest additions.

These new acts join the already announced bill of Biffy Clyro, The Wombats, Ellie Goulding, Chase & Status, Example, Zane Lowe, Chiddy Bang, Wretch 32, Nero, Caspa & MC Rod Azlan, Jaguar Skills, DJ Fresh, Danny Byrd, Modestep, Totally Enourmous Extinct Dinosaurs, Redlight, and Yasmin. There will be loads more announcements over the coming weeks.

An adult weekend without camping is priced at £100, and with camping is priced at £125. A quiet campsite weekend ticket is priced at £130. A campervan ticket is priced at £50. Day tickets will be on sale at a later date if sales allow.

To buy tickets, click here.

Note: This is a 16 or over event. Photo ID in the form of a passport, driving license, or proof of age card may be required to gain entry to the festival site, and may also be required to prove you are 18 & over to purchase alcohol. Under 16's will NOT be permitted entry to the festival site, even if an adult accompanies them.

Wakestock offers festival goers free-to-watch wakeboarding by day and music by night. Right next to the beach, as well as featuring a competition for the wakeboard title, there are live bands and DJ's for two nights.

Wakestock are adding a 'Beach Stage' into the mix for 2011, with various artists performing right next to the wakeboard pool gap, and closer to the crowd.

The site overlooks Cardigan Bay and across to Snowdonia and has facilities to entertain over 10,000 people each night.


Friday 8th to Sunday 10th July 2011
Pwllheli Inner Marina and Abersoch Beach, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales MAP
£125 with camping
last updated: Thu 12th May 2011


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