Roots Manuva revealed as final Larmer Tree headliner

plus The Horne Section, Givers, Hobo Jones, Revere, & more

published: Thu 3rd May 2012

Roots Manuva

Wednesday 11th to Sunday 15th July 2012
Larmer Tree Gardens, near Tollard Royal (about 16 miles W of Salisbury), on the Wilts./Dorset border, SP5 5PT, England MAP
£190 for all 5 days (Thursday sold out)
daily capacity: 4000
last updated: Mon 9th Jul 2012

Roots Manuva will headline the final night of the 22nd Larmer Tree Festival which takes place from Wednesday 11th to Sunday 15th July 2012 at Larmer Tree Gardens.

Roots Manuva
Roots Manuva, who has been hailed as the voice of urban Britain, will bring his own 'real' sound to the Main Stage featuring hits from his five albums including his latest, the critically acclaimed '4everevolution'.

Music new additions are Givers, Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs, Revere, Pete Lawrence, Piney Gir, RSVP, The Joker & The Thief, Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou, Owl In The Sun, Catherine Burke, Andrea Soler, Alex Roberts, Michael Wookey, Achilles, New Volunteer, Pip Mountjoy, Pachango, Peace, Love And Gloves , and The Spitfire Sisters.

In addition to the live music, there's also comedy from headliners, Tim Minchin, The Inbetweeners' Greg Davies, and Milton Jones with The Horne Section headlining the Comedy Club on Friday.

Also just added to the comedy line-up are Nick Helm, Roisin Conaty, Naz Osmanoglu, Paul McCaffrey.

The festival also offers an extensive programme of entertainment including street theatre, shows and workshops, Mark Kermode's Film Club, a carnival procession, YouthZone, Kids' Area, an array of stalls to browse in the Global Bazaar, hand-picked food concessions, and more.

Festival regular Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra returns to kick-start the festival on Wednesday as is traditional with his extra special guest to be announced in the new year. Thursday's line-up is topped by Paloma Faith, Friday's headliner has been announced as folk rockers and firm festival favourites Levellers. Saturday's headliners are Amadou & Mariam. Tim Minchin will be headlining this year's comedy line-up on Thursday night performing on the main stage.

Also announced are The Imagine Village, Caravan Palace, The Correspondents, Gabrielle Aplin, By The Rivers, Mother Ukers, Edward II, Vintage Trouble, Akala, Hip Hop Shakespeare Company, Shlomo, Otis Gibbs, Smerins Anti-Social Club, and Vid Warren, Tom Short, Morning Rush, Raghu Dixit, Fatoumata Diawara, Boat To Row, Ali Warren, Fearne, Keston Cobblers Club, The Lasting Days, Thomas Ford, Red Sky July, and The Wishbones, DJ Derek, Jason Ringenberg, The Urban Folk Quartet, The Wave Pictures, Crowns, Rachel Sermanni, Keston Cobblers Club, Still Moving DJs, Dub Pistols, Dizraeli and the Small Gods, Churchfitters, Belinda O'Hooley & Heidi Tidow, BARD, Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, and JP Cooper.

There are still many more acts to be confirmed. There will be over over 80 acts playing in total across 6 stages. For the line-up details, and day splits, as available please click here.

An adult weekend ticket is priced at £190 for all 5 days, £165 for 4 days, and £140 for 3 days, there are Youth (age 11-17), and Child (age 5-10) options also available. Day tickets are priced from £36 to £60 dependant on day. Larmer Tree ticket prices include free parking and camping for tents, caravans and campervans and under 5's are free. The ticket price includes camping for the night(s) of the date(s) of a ticket.

To buy tickets, click here.



Wednesday 11th to Sunday 15th July 2012
Larmer Tree Gardens, near Tollard Royal (about 16 miles W of Salisbury), on the Wilts./Dorset border, SP5 5PT, England MAP
£190 for all 5 days (Thursday sold out)
daily capacity: 4000
last updated: Mon 9th Jul 2012


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