King Kurt lead the latest acts to be confirmed for this year's Strummercamp in Manchester. This year celebrating it's 10th edition.
Also confirmed are Mid-Age Rampage, Bug, The Uplifters, Dick Venom & the Terrortones, The Activators, Urban Empire, The Cornelius Crane, Lewy Bodies, Band Of The Underhand, Verbal Warning, The Hamsters, The Godfather, The Lone Groover, Just Dave, Minnie, Laura Taylor, Seamo McKenna, Andrew Cream, Tragical History Tour, Zealous Doxy, The X Ray Cats, Jonny Gillpaper Wings, Foxes Faux, Arms and Hearts, Mark Ayling, Pewter City Punks, Depresstival, Miranda Arieh, Joe Solo, Backyard Burners, Uniforms, Rising Strike, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Officer Down, 4130's, Foxpunch, Chewed Up, Eastfield, Matildas Scoundrels, Casual Nausea, Repossessed, Jenkem, A Fish Called Bastard , Bullets With Blue Eyes, Faintest Idea, John Player Specials, Punx inna Jungle, Stand Out Riot, Wadeye, Beretta Suicide, and Jake and the Jellyfish.
In total festival goers can expect over 60 acts on the bill plus comedy, all day bar/food, toilets and disabled toilet facilities, and more. he first acts confirmed were The Men They Couldn't Hang, Goldblade, TV Smith, Ruts DC, Louise Distras, The Urban Voodoo Machine, Electric River, The Wakes, XSLF, Super Fast Girlie Show, Comrade X, Bryan McPherson, Def Digby, Babylon Dub Punks, Cheapskates, The Roughneck Riot, 2 Sick Monkeys, The Yalla Yallas, Run Out The Guns, Dubtallica, Brassneck, and an exclusive performance of the short play 'Westway To The World'.
Strummercamp, organised by friends of the late Joe Strummer, is intended to be a celebration and tribute run on a not-for-profit basis. This year's festival takes returns to Manchester Rugby Club, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire from Friday 22nd until Sunday 24th May 2015.
Tickets are priced at £60 for adults, £20 for children, and £140 for a family ticket
Strummercamp is a not for profit venture presented organised and staffed entirely by volunteers. It is not connected, affiliated or a subsidiary of any other organisation.
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