Secret Garden Party announce Temple of Boom additions

Will Joseph Cook, Sykur, Mayaeni, Jeremy Loops, Death By Chocolate, & more

published: Tue 9th Jul 2013

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Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July 2013
Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2PH, England MAP
£195 adult weekend
daily capacity: 32000
last updated: Mon 15th Jul 2013

Will Joseph Cook, Sykur, Mayaeni, Jeremy Loops, Death By Chocolate, Killaflaw, Mark Jones, and Jagz Kooner are the latest additions to the line-up for The Secret Garden Party.

Independent record label Wall of Sound will present these latest acts in their 'Rock'n'Rave v Folk Off' when they curate the Temple of Boom on the opening days of the festival which happens from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July 2013 at Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

They join the previously announced Django Django, and Soulwax who will headline with Faithless, The Strypes, Bastille, Big Youth, Wolf Alice, Childhood, Eliza and The Bear, Public Service Broadcasting, David Rodigan, Findlay, Mo, Roo Panes, Dan Croll, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Winston Francis, Skip 'Little Axe' McDonald, Son of Dave, Ava Leigh, The Family Rain, Ben Caplan, Deep Sea Arcade, Big Boy Bloater, Treetop Flyers, Annie Eve, The Ladykillers, Steve Hooker, Blackbombers, Eddy Temple Morris, James Lavelle, Embrace (DJ set), The Correspondents, Evil Nine, Loadstar, The Other Tribe, Serafina Steer, Clean Bandit, Sykur, Cherub, Little Comets, The Staves, John Newman, Nina Nesbitt, Sam Smith, Ruen Brothers, Janet Devlin, Saint Raymond, House Of Hats, Ben Smith Band, Shannon Wardrop, Krankbrother, Real Nice, Heavenly Jukebox, Kitch n Sync, Love Sick, Blonde Ambition, Samuel Potts, Amp+Deck, Jay Karim & Michael Palmer, Issac Ferry, and more.

For the full line-up details to-date please see here.

This year the Secret Garden will be asking festival to join in with exploring their affinity to the supernatural, the inexplicable and the irrational... to indulge the tussle between the left brain's sober analysis and the right's need to conjure it's own reality. The Garden Party relies on the audience participation to rejuvenate and regenerate each year.

As well as music there's loads of activities for kids and adults alike, and this event is more of a party experience with naked trampolining, mud wrestling, paint fights, giant parades, gifting ceremonies, dance off battles, badger dating, fire shows, Miss Behaves mess tent, theatre of dolls, human guess who, gentrified croquet, Miss Dance workshops, life drawing, aerial displays, death defying circus, spell casting, tax deductible theatre, gypsy disco, wood fired hot tubs and sauna, meditation with headspace, fine dining, black cat cabaret, poetry slam, debates and discussions, potion making, extreme science experiments, Pagoda, Yacht Club, ghost stories, apocalypse survival school, the kissing den, and a naked pool of wonder.

Once again tickets for 2013 will be sold on a tiered ticket system. A set number of tickets will be sold in each tier, gradually increasing in price. Tickets in tier 4 are very close to selling out. Once they have gone, there will only be a limited number of tickets left in tier 5.  

Adult Tier 1 Tickets: £137.50 - SOLD OUT
Adult Tier 2 Tickets: £155 - SOLD OUT
Adult Tier 3 Tickets: £165 - SOLD OUT
Adult Tier 4 Tickets: £185
Adult Tier 5 Tickets: £195
Teen Ticket (13  - 17 years): £130
Campervan: £60
Under 12's: £0
Family Camping Pass: £20

To buy tickets now, click here.



Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July 2013
Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2PH, England MAP
£195 adult weekend
daily capacity: 32000
last updated: Mon 15th Jul 2013


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