Sonic Boom Six, and Mad Dog Mcrea for Outcider Festival

plus Will Varley, Neck, Shoot The Moon, Gaz Brookfield, and more

published: Fri 21st Mar 2014

Sonic Boom Six

Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014
Fern Hill Farm, Compton Martin, Somerset, NN16 9UP, England MAP
£49
daily capacity: 500
last updated: Tue 17th Jun 2014

Sonic Boom Six, and Mad Dog Mcrea are to headline the new Outcider Festival taking place from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014 at Fern Hill Farm, Compton Martin in Somerset.

Also confirmed are Will Varley, Neck, Shoot The Moon, Gaz Brookfield, Kunt and the Gang, Disco's Out (Murder's In), Fish Hook, Gorgeous George, John D Revelator, King Tuts Revenge, Laurie Wright, Commander McNeil, Malarkey, Dana Immanuel, Oscar Everard, Paul McCoch, Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons, QELD, Smokey Bastard, The Devils Rejects, Inbredz, The Haywains, The Hellfire Orchestra, The Hi Class Joes, The Paper Trains, The Skimmity Hitchers, The White City Shakers, Willowen, and Yan Yates & The State Union Radio.

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Early Bird weekend tickets (Sat and Sun including camping) are priced at £29.50, Second tier £39, Third tier £49. Friday night including camping £10 extra (you must also have a valid Sat / Sun ticket).

Organisers say, "Fighting their way out of England’s cold, conformist, consumerist majority come The OutCiders. A ragged community of free-thinkers, drinkers and music lovers, they live by a simple code of honesty, friendliness and good humour. This is their festival. No tribute bands, no X-Factor, no Carling lager, no hipsters, and no tossers. Just eclectic music and local cider, ale and food. A minimum of fuss and cost, a maximum good time."



Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014
Fern Hill Farm, Compton Martin, Somerset, NN16 9UP, England MAP
£49
daily capacity: 500
last updated: Tue 17th Jun 2014


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