The Correspondents, The Wytches, Misty Miller, Electric Swing Circus, Wille and The Bandits, The Equators, Tako Lako, Bo Walton, Richard Clarke & The Rafters, Gorgeous George, George Ezra, Stiff Joints, and Smerins Anti-Social Club have all been added to the line-up for this summer's Nozstock festival which takes place at 17th century farm near Bromyard, in Herefordshire.
In addition to these announcements, Sika Studios have announced the line-up for their hip hop squat takeover in The Bullpen showcase acts such as Fliptrix, Verb T, Jam Baxter, Leaf Dog, BVA, Edward Scissortongue, DJ Sammy B-Side, DJ Madnice, Dr Syntax, Devilman, Ed Cox, Stivs, Mattycore, Stagga, Skamma, Lee Scott + Bill Shakes, Split Prophets, Jman, Sonny Jim, Sleaze, Mylo Stone, Tenchoo, Traumatik, Rum Committee, Concept Of Thought, Defenders of Style, Lego, Matter, Granville Sessions, Jester Jacobs, Influx, TPS, GV Clik, Cracker Jon, Too Late, Bennadict, Kimberley Newell, Bahai, and Flash Harry.
Psytrance stalwarts Tribe of Frog will also be returning to Nozstock to bring deep beats into The Coppice all weekend long with acts including Big Scary Monsters, Illegal Machines, K.i.M, Brainiac, Occular, Lurk, Lorraine, Awen, Neutron, Nocotopus, Psychosonic, F'da F'da, Hemp, Timmer, Dr Psy, Pieman, and Wicki.
Nozstock has also announced the first wave of its comedy lineup for 2013. Hosted by Bob Slayer, this year's line up includes Tom Binns, Mr Methane, Martin Mor, Norman Lovett, Simon Donald, Lach, Joey Page, Holly Burns, Ben Target, Pat Cahill, John Kearns, Holly Burn, Karl Schultz, Adam Larter, Paul Duncan McGarity, Matthew Highton, Beth Vyse, Gareth Morinan, and Joe Davies.
Acts announced already include Dub Pistols, The Strypes, Chas n Dave, Mr Scruff, The Beat, DJ Yoda, S.P.Y with MC LowQui, Ava Leigh, The Computers, Velvet Stream, and more. For the full line-up details, see here.
The 5,000 capacity event offers nine main stages of entertainment. Further music, theatre, comedy stages and tents are located in secret woodland glades around the site. The festival is held at The Farm, in Bromyard, Herefordshire from Friday 26th until Sunday 28th July 2013.
The festival's ethos is about bringing play to everyone, in whatever form it can. Nozstock believes in the value of not only entertaining, but in participation and contribution for all ages with activities that little ones can enjoy as well as families.
The intimate family run festival of performing arts will also offer a healing and therapy area, local and world cuisine, sock wrestling, walkabout theatre, ballz out circus troupe, fire dancers, jive and ceilidh evenings, sound art, spoken word and poetry, talks and forums from the tent of temporary thought with guest speakers.
Tier 2 adult weekend tickets are priced at £95 including camping. A teen ticket is priced at £65. Children aged 12 years and under can attend for free. A campervan pass is priced at £30, and a car parking pass is £10.
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