The Neville Staple Band, Fuse ODG, Will And The People, Mouse Outfit ft Dr Syntax & Sparkz , By The Rivers, The Computers, Rebecca Clements, Will Joseph Cook, Clarence Clarity, and White Noise Sound lead the latest acts announced for Nozstock - The Hidden Valley festival which takes place at 17th century farm near Bromyard, in Herefordshire.
Also confirmed the festival's The Bullpen line-up. On Friday Bristol big-beat collective The Blast, and Tumble Audio take over to host P Money, Chimpo, Reggae Roast, Sam Binga, Blazey, Jaydrop, TS2W, Fire Man Sam, MC Remidy, Koast, Deadbeat UK, Killjoy, Hadean, Hank Limit, and Sergic & Lyka. On Saturday Reggae Roast take over hosting duties with a line-up of Mad Professor, Adam Prescott, and Donovan Kingjay. Sika Studios host Saturday night and Sunday with Deadly Hunta, Klashnekoff, Devilman, Leaf Dog + BVA Split Prophets, Tenchoo, and Team Dreebs.
The line-up for of Nozstock is its comedy venue – Laughing Stock is headlined by Seann Walsh, with Mark Simmons, Andrew Maxwell, Mike Wozniak, Brett Goldstein, Spencer Jones, Pat Cahill, John Kearns, Matt Highton, Joe Davies, Joz Norris, Lee Kern, Ross Lee, Jarred Christmas, Joey Page, and Jayde Adams.
Now an established, family event in its 17th year, the 5,000 capacity Nozstock offers nine main stages of entertainment, intimate areas of theatre and more. The festival is held at The Farm, in Bromyard, Herefordshire from Friday 24th until Sunday 26th July 2015.
They join Wu-Tang Clan, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Hollie Cook, Molotov Jukebox, Beardyman, Electric Swing Circus, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Beans on Toast, Skinny Lister, Best Friends, Lisbee Stainton, Sean Grant, Peluche, The Stiff Joints, The Jenova Collective, DJ Hype, Hospitality, London Elektricity, Etherwood, Danny Byrd, Metrik, Krakota, MC Wrec, Ed Rush, Optical, Dillinja, Congo Natty aka Rebel MC, Ed Solo, DJ Deekline, Uncle Dugs, Ratpack, Slipmatt, Kenny Ken, Billy 'Daniel' Bunter, Dead Players, Jam Baxta, Dabbla, Ghost Town, Smokey Joe and The Kid, Ruffnek Diskotek with Dub Boy, The Dutty Inspectors, Ghost Writerz, Octo-Pi, Scope, Modify Perspective, MC Remidy, Trafic MC, DJ Wolfie Razzmatazz, Madam Electrifie, Cat In The Hat, The Jenova Collective, The Chicken Brothers, Clandextine, F-Block, Velocity Raptor, M.O.B, Mr Jay, Sir Jasper, Zest FX, and Billy Chillfingers.
This year's fancy dress theme is Nozstocker’s Guide to The Galaxy, and festival goers are encouraged to dress up.
The Wrong Directions Cinetent programme of programme of documentaries, cinema classics, and quality shorts has been announced and will include Metropolis, The Empire Strikes Back – Uncut, The Journeys of Georges Méliès (1896 – 1913), Plan 9 from Outer Space, Cat Show, White Panther: The Legacy of John Sinclair, MOOG: Back to The Future, The Dust on Our Feet, TPBAFK: The Pirate Bay - Away From Keyboard, Buy Buy Europe, The Internet’s Own Boy, Sculpture - Video Plot, Jake Fried, Opening, Fireball XL5, Superman, This Is China, Sydonia and Lights On.
The festival's ethos is about bringing play to everyone, in whatever form it can. Nozstock believes in the value of not only entertaining, but in participation and contribution for all ages with activities that little ones can enjoy as well as families.
Early bird tickets have sold out, Tier two tickets are priced at £105 for adults (Thursday arrival £115) and teens tickets were priced at £80 but have sold out. Tickets for children aged 12 years and under are free. A car parking pass is priced at £10 carmpervan pass is priced at £30.
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