Hundred Reasons, Roni Size, and En Garde (a new act formed from members of Kids In Glass Houses and Attack!Atttack!) are to hreadline the new 'ACM Presents Stage' at GuilFest which returns to Guildford, Surrey from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th July 2014.
The stage is forged from a new partnership between the ACM music academy and GuilFest, organisers say that it, "will showcase the best up and coming talent the academy has to offer as well as some top acts."
Plus American star singer/songwriter, TV presenter, and former Pussycat Dolls member Ashley Roberts has been confirmed for The Main Stage on Saturday.
Also added to the line-up are The Zone, Echo and The Empress, Blobbie Williams, The Activators, Street Vibes, Rock Choir, Paper Boats, Maybe Gaga, The Toniks, Empress, The Darling Buds, Boy Jumps Ship, Black Futures, Chukonu, Confessions Of A Traitor, The Shakespearos, Riskee And The Ridicule, The Spitfires, Neighbourhood Threat, Jason Chance, Squat Dom, Ade, Matt Price, James Bluck, Delion, Tom Upton, Missy D and DJ Naughty, Andi Warren, Barry Obzee, Metronome, Synergy, Traced, Fin Evans, Floored Capri, Jay Info, Spinky, Badman Beats, Murkle, Cosmic Encounters, Timmy Sea Shoe, Two Sense, Guildford Vox, and Passenger Smith.
They join headliners Boomtown Rats, Kool & the Gang, and The Human League, plus Naughty Boy, Sam Bailey, Sigma, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, The Enemy, Soulfly, Norman Jay MBE, Friction ft. P Money & Linguistics, Kingsland Road, The Sugarhill Gang, The Farm, Ms. Dynamite, Katrina (Ex Katrina and The Waves) I See Monstas, Doors Alive, The Blackout, Gallows, Space, Sham 69 (original line up), Buzzcocks, Jedward, Boney M, The Fureys, Dreadzone, Slim Chance, Public Service Broadcasting, Shadow Child, The Other Tribe, Ruts D.C., Feed The Rhino, Canterbury, Arcance Roots, The Algorithm, Itch, Heart of A Coward, Chelsea, The Skints, Hannah Wants, B.Traits, Fred V &Grafix, Kidnap Kid, My Nu Leng, Jamie Lenman, Shane Richie & The Prelude, Ward Thomas, Gnarwolves, The Correspondents, Mak and Pasteman, Mr B., The Vibrators, Imperial Leisure, and many more acts over 9 stages.
For more details see the GuilFest line-up page.
Tangerine Fields luxury glamping will be at GuilFest for the first time this year.
An adult weekend camping ticket is priced at £120, adult weekend tickets without camping are priced at £100, child (aged 12-17 years old) weekend with camping £80 and child weekend tickets without camping are priced at £70. A campervan ticket is priced at £60. A child (aged 5-11 years old) weekend with camping is priced at £30, or £20 without camping. A VIP upgrade is prices at £50. A Friday day ticket is priced at £35, and Saturday or Sunday are priced at £40.
Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 years or over. Children aged 12-17 years old at the time of the festival will need to purchase a child's ticket. Children aged 4 years or younger at the time of the festival are admitted free accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
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