Thursday night headliner Ash top the line-up additions for Y-Not Festival, which takes place from Friday 31st July until Sunday 2nd August 2015 near Matlock in Derbyshire.
They join Snoop Dogg, Primal Scream, and Basement Jaxx as this summer's headlining acts. Also confirmed are Ocean Colour Scene, Johnny Marr, Less Than Jake, We Are Scientists, Augustines, Reverend And The Makers, Don Broco, Young Guns, Super Furry Animals, Public Service Broadcasting, Deaf Havana, The Xcerts, Tellison, Brawlers, Best Friends, The Strypes, Rhodes, Grant Nichola, Arcane Roots, Rag n Bone Man, Summer Camp, Jaws, Walking on Cars, Blossoms, Twin Wild, All Tvvins, High Tyde, Forever Never, Man Made, Ady Suleiman, Movie, The Beach, Vant, United Fruit, Black Honey, Get Inuit, Axes, Woahnows, Spills, John, Indiana, The Lancashire Hotpots, Bo Ningen, Raleigh Ritchie, Hacktivist, Nine Black Alps, Rolo Tomassi, The Bohicas, Ltnt, Solemn Sun, Kim Churchill, Jake Isaac, Zoax, Saint Raymond, We Are The Ocean, Nick Mulvey, Rae Morris, Pulled Apart By Horses, Slaves, Honeyblood, Gengahr, Ruen Brothers, Jagaara, The Academic, Allusondrugs, Fearless Vampire Killers, and King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits as available, see the Y-Not line-up page.
Tier 3 tickets are priced at £94.50 plus booking fees. A ticket for children aged 12 years & Under is free. Early entry Thursday tickets are priced at £14, car parking passes are priced at £7, and campervan passes are priced at £40.
The festival, now in its 10th year, has a capacity of 8,000 people, and aside from the music on three stages, there is a whole host of activities for Y-Notters to get involved in. The festival attempts to have an intimate nature, with many of the bands camping with festival goers, and friendly stewards. Late night entertainment includes a dance tent, or camp fire singalongs and there will be real ales and local ciders available.
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