The Cat Empire, Public Service Broadcasting, Angus & Julia Stone, and Temples lead the latest line-up additions unveiled for The Secret Garden Party happening over the weekend of Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th July 2015 at Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
Also added to the line-up are Bear's Den, Bernhoft, Palma Violets, Ibeyi, Say Lou Lou, Darwin Deez, Roots Manuva, The Acid, Hinds, Charlotte OC, Haelos, Gentleman's Dub Club, Paul Hartnoll, Zola Blood, Yak, Ekkah, The Magic Gang, Laurel, Kiko Bun, Little Barrie, FURS, Fickle Friends, Beaty Heart, Pluto Shervington, Eaves, Meanwhile, Kawehi, Lusts, Vessels, Black Honey, The Moon, Lola Colt, Beans on Toast, Will And The People, Gulf, Ben UFO/Joy Orbison, and Richy Ahmed.
They join Jungle, Kate Tempest, Caravan Palace, Marika Hackman, Jack Garratt, Flyte, Iyes, Jagaara, Elder Island, Menace Beach, The Mouse Outfit, Joe Driscoll & Seckou Kouyate, Gypsies of Bohemia, Broken Brass Ensemble, John Langhan, Stuff, Hermigervill, Smokey Joe and The Kid, DJ Chris Tofu, Wrong Tom, and DJ Parker. There are still many more acts to be announced.
The Secret Garden Party is all about an immersive experience and everything this year makes a nod to this year’s arts & expressions theme ‘Childish Things.’ On site content includes giant parades, visual spectaculars, boating lake, 24 hour woodland parties, 14 live music stages & 6 dj stages, goat racing, aerial displays, toys & games, art installations, mud wrestling, revelries & merrymaking, fire walking, sanctuary & hot tubs, massage area, guerilla science, floating dance floors, wild swimming, little gay brother bar, paint fights, 24 hour toad hall bar, live theatre & comedy, organic food stalls, intellectual exchange & mart dialogues, camp fire tales, dance-offs, poetry slams & spoken word, kids’ area, and fine dining.
Tickets for this event regularly sell out each year. Tickets are priced at £185. Instalment tickets are available with an initial payment of £50. A teen ticket is priced at £140, children aged under 12 years can attend for free, a campervan pass is priced at £60, and dog passes (limited numbers) are also available. Prices do not include booking fees.
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