More acts have been confirmed for the 'House Party' themed Blissfields, the intimate festival for all the family which happens in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, returning on Thursday 30th June to Saturday 2nd July 2016 to Woodmancott, in Hampshire, in the South of England.
The latest additions are Swim Deep, Honne, Melt Yourself Down, Norman Jay, Drones Club, Blaenavon, Blue House, Bully Bones, Cassava, Flight Brigade, Josh Savage, LST, Screaming Peaches, Silent Forum, The Lost Boys, Molotov Jukebox, Son Of Dave, Too Many T's, Frankie Forman, Logan Sama, Foor, Ønly, Big Chief Yella Teeth, Bitr8, Damaged Goods, Guy Hauben, Juturna, Kidd, K1r3y, Naina, Morgan Hislop, Ratzi, $ugar Danny, Yes Tom, Cauldronated, Dub Pistols (DJ Set), Gypsy Disco, Dataline, The Subgiant Soundsystem, Alex the Kidd and Jetpack Assassin, Born in a Barn: Joe Publik, MR GRN and Leaf, Chromatouch, Circo Inferno, Co:Lateral, Dah Rhyl Gah Moor, Dan Hayes (Subgiant), Danzai, Diarmo, Doktor Mohlberg, KMP, Matteo, MOK, Nick Onley, Science of Eight Limbs, Seb Marx, Digits McPhee, Dean Dubba Hall, MC Mike Wiley, The Tribe, The Urbanizer, VJ L'Aubine, Zuu Music, Ambrose, Andy Comley, Felix Hagan, Gabby Colledge, Gecko, Glass, Harry & the Gondolas, Head North, Jack Williams, Jake Gauntlett, Josh McCormick, Junco Shakers, Rich Lown, Tusks, Wyldest, Jonas Alaska, Nadia Nair, Beans on Toast, Soundtracks Soundclash (Silent Disco), The Line of Best Fit vs Transgressive Soundsystem (Silent Disco), Crippled Rock, Gypsy Jukebox, Badgers, Willowen, The Sound of The Bees (The Bees DJ set), and Z List DJs
The house party themed Blissfields are also building a beach and a giant dollhouse their biggest art installation ever will sit in the main arena opened up for festival goers to explore its rooms and hidden treasures, creating an interactive festival site like never before. Blissfields has always celebrated the intimate party spirit and this year it’s going all out with the house installation hosting slumber parties, garage raves, retro living room discos, and so much more.
Dizzee Rascal, and Everything Everything led the first acts confirmed, with Roni Size, Sundara Karma, Jones, Dub Pistols, Beans on Toast, Shy FX, Loyle Carner, Frances, Billie Marten, Rationale, Spring King, Isaac Gracie, Barely Legal, Mary Miss Fairy, Mini Da Minx, Molotov Jukebox, Too Many T's, Son Of Dave, Serial Killaz, Subgiant, Shorebitch, Will Varley, The Church, Morgan Hislop, Frankie Forman, One Step Too Late, Blushed, Naina, The Diamond Age, Hey Charlie, Only, Deadproud, Fervent, The Great One, Sam Brothers, Ethan Ash, and Unattached on the bill. With more live acts and DJs across a variety of stages still to unveil.
For the line-up details, and stage splits, as available see the Blissfields line-up page.
From its inception, Blissfields has remained the family friendly festival for forward-thinking music fans, and 2016 will be no different. Adding more music, art, discovery, games and frivolity each year the event has grown into a regular date on the UK festival calendar now receiving praise for its “small but perfectly formed” ideals.
Weekend Adult (17yrs +): £105.45inc. BF and litter bond
Weekend Youth (10-16yrs): £85.45 inc. BF and litter bond
Weekend Child (under 10yrs): Free No Booking Fee (nominal fee of 1p)
Weekend Family Ticket (2 Adult/2 Youth): £341.80 inc. BF and litter bond
Weekend 10 Adult tickets for the price of 9: £959.50 inc. BF and litter bond
Thursday (early entry) Pass: £18. Only valid for camping in conjunction with a weekend ticket
Rubbish Bond of £5 per person is fully refundable at the festival. All the above include camping Friday and Saturday nights, for Thursday camping and entertainment you must purchase the additional pass: £18 Arrive Early
Posh Wash: £10 (Showers and “proper” loos) One pass/person, pass needed for all ages.
Live-in Vehicle Pass: £40
Car Park: £10.
Shuttle Bus Pass: £5 Return Pass for Shuttle Bus from Micheldever Station to the festival site.
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