Lee Nelson, Mark Watson, Chris Ramsey, Paul Foot, Abandoman, Romesh Ranganathan, Lucy Beaumont, Ed Gamble, Henry Paker, Phil Wang, Steve Bugeja, Alex Smith, and Comedy Club 4 Kids will be bringing the laughs to Larmer Tree Festival this summer held at Larmer Tree Gardens from Wednesday 16th to Sunday 20th July 2014.
This year's shows for kids have also been announced and include Bubble Boogie Disco, POP! A Magical Comedy Show, Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Tale of the Wizard’s Whisper, The Sea Sisters, The Case of the Curious Suitcase, Dancing Diggers Roadshow, The Maniax, Uncle Tacko’s Flea Circus, Children’s Workshops including pitta bread-making and African drumming, Under 5s Massages, Baby Yoga, Music for babies, Music for Under 5s, and Story Massage.
Wednesday headliner is Tom Jones, Thursday night’s headliner is Squeeze, Frank Turner,& The Sleeping Souls headline Friday, Staff Benda Bilili take to the Main Stage on Saturday , and Tom Odell is the Sunday headliner.
Stornoway, Public Service Broadcasting, Gentleman’s Dub Club, The Heavy, La Pegatina, Dreadzone, The Bad Shepherds, La Chiva Gantiva, Hudson Taylor, The Selecter, Dub Pistols, The Barr Brothers, We Were Evergreen, Fanfarlo, Crowns, Peggy Sue, Chloe Charles, Hackney Colliery Band, Talisman, O’Hooley & Tidow, Marcus Bonfanti, Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin The Perch Creek Family Jugband, CoCo and the Butterfields, Georgia Ruth, The Rails, Boppin’ B, The Dodge Brothers, Will and The People, Steve Knightley & The Happy Campers, Beans on Toast, Blackbeard’s Tea Party, The Intermission Project, Miranda Sykes & Rex Preston, Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra, Hat Fitz & Cara, The FB Pocket Orchestra, Tantz, Dr Meaker, Celloman String Trio, Rusty Shackle, Charlie Cunningham, Samsara, Truckstop Honeymoon, Cardboard Fox, More Like Trees, Kidnap Alice, We Use to Make Things, Hunter & The Bear, The Dixie Strollers, Catherine Burke Band, Rioghnach Connolly, Patch and the Giant, Ninebarrow, Will Varley, Dan Owen, Honeyfeet, Pronghorn, Jilk, Matthew & Me, Hightown Crows, The Little Unsaid, Eyes for Gertrude, Tobias Ben Jacob, Will McNicol, The Bleeding Noses, Nudybronque, Just Millie, Simon Panrucker, Hot Feet, Lily McCauley, Doors to Manuel, Yeti Love, Still Moving DJ’s
There will be over 100 bands and acts will perform on six stages, alongside a comedy club, 150 free workshops and a Sunday carnival.
The festival generally has a lovely chilled atmosphere, and is child-friendly, all set on a gorgeous site in lovely Victorian pleasure gardens with a free campsite next door, with free showers and well serviced toilets. There are also countless other attractions for all ages, including a carnival procession, 150 free workshops, theatre and talks, site art and a dedicated kids' zone.
Tickets are for the first time sold on a tiered system.
Tier three adult weekend ticket is priced at £220 for all 5 days, £180 for 4 days, and £150 for 3 days, there are Youth (age 11-17), and Child (age 5-10) options also available, and under 5's are free.
Day tickets for the opening night with Tom Jones have already sold out. Single day tickets for the other days are also available, on sale from 10am today, Thursday 27th February. The ticket price includes camping for the night(s) of the date(s) of a ticket, and expect them to sell out quite quickly.
A parking pass is priced at £10, and a campervan ticket is £45.
Added to the ticket options available is a week-long holiday pass priced at £210 for adults, £135 for youth, and £70 for children aged over 5, with a dedicated luxury camping field providing hot showers, toilets, a café, campfire and barbecue area.
The ticket price includes camping for the night(s) of the date(s) of a ticket, and expect them to sell out quite quickly.
Added to the ticket options available is a week-long holiday pass priced at £240 for adults, £155 for youth, and £90 for children aged over 5, with a dedicated luxury camping field providing hot showers, toilets, a café, campfire and barbecue area.
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