With a month to go until the immersive, theatrical and artistic BoomTown Fair located deep within the numerous woodlands spread throughout the Matterley Estate, nr. Winchester, in Hampshire will be the House In The Woods.
Curated by Shapes & Flux, Alfresco Disco, and Electric Minds, the new stage will feature Shapes, Flux, A Guy Called Gerald with a History Of House Set, and Horse Meat Disco. On Saturday Alfresco Disco DJs, are joined by one half of The 2 Bears Raf Daddy, whilst on Sunday Electric Minds boss Dolan Bergin is joined at the House by Amir Alexander, Pangaea, and George Levings' new project Endian.
BoomTown's line-up over the weekend of Thursday 13th until Sunday 16th August 2015 includes Stephen Marley, Noisia, Flogging Molly, Gogol Bordello, Caravan Palace, Streetlight Manifesto, Fishbone, The Beat, Dub Pistols, Slamboree, Dubioza Kolektiv, Matisyahu, Alborosie, Cham feat. O, Turbulence, Cutty Ranks, Ward 21, Katchafire, David Rodigan, Natty, Gentleman's Dub Club, Chopstick Dubplate presents Jah Mason & Demolition Man, Mungos Hi Fi, The John Butler Trio, Amadou & Mariam, Dreadzone, Transglobal Underground, Peatbog Faeries, Edward II, Songhoy Blues, Ibibio Sound Machine, Infected Mushroom, Ace Ventura, Perfect Stranger, Juno Reactor, Stephen Marley, Soja, Matisyahu, Alborosie & Shengen Clan, Barrington Levy, Anthony B, Protoje & The Indiggnation, Black Uhuru, Cham feat. O, Cutty Ranks, Turbulence, Ward 21, Katchafire, David Rodigan, Shy FX & Stamina, Chopstick Dubplate presents Jah Mason & Demolition Man, Natty, Gentleman's Dub Club, Mungos Hi Fi feat YT & Charlie P, The Heatwave, Serial Killaz, General Levy, Aba Shanti Soundsystem, RSD featuring Joe Peng, Gorgon Sound, Benny Page, O.B.F & Shanti D, Capdown, King Prawn, The Mahones, Mouse Outfit ft Sparkz, Dr Syntax & Pete Cannon, Cheeba, First Degree Burns, Tantz, Black Friday, Seas of Mirth, Johnny Kowalski & The Sexy Weirdos, Woohoo Revue, Formidable Vegetable Soundsystem, and more.
The festival is made up of eight very different districts and 22 stages, which celebrate a variety of individual music genres and cultures from Ska to Jungle, Reggae to Folk and a whole load more in between and beyond, the line ups are released district by district.
For the line-up details as available see the BoomTown Fair, line-up page.
Tier Three tickets are still available starting at £155 (+BF & EcoBond) plus there is the split payment option starting from £40, where you can pay off as little or as much as you like in instalments until 1st July 2015.
Teen residency pass (aged 13 - 17 years): £120 & ecobond deposit
Child (aged 6 - 12 years): £20
Infant (aged under 6 years): free
Campervan pass: £50
Caravan / Trailer tent pass: £60
Family car, campervan or caravan parking passes are also available.
There is an option to donate £2, £5 or £10 to the event's charity partners for 2015, all donations are matched by BoomTown.
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