Tiggs Da Author, Milburn, Kiko Bun, The Rainband, Skinny Living, The Chadelics, Hardwicke Circus, and Baggy Mondays are the latest acts for Kendal Calling's 11th celebration year held over the weekend of Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st July 2016 returning to the Lowther Deer Park, Hackthorpe, in the Lake District.
They join the previously announced headliners Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Rudimental, Madness, and The Charlatans . Also confirmed are Kelis, Maximo Park, Donovan, Teleman, James Walsh, Zibra, Eagulls, The Amazons, SlyDigs, Alias Kid, Sympathiser, Spring King, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ash, Everything Everything, Band Of Skulls, The Hives, We Are Scientists, The Darkness, Blossoms, Rat Boy, Craig David, The Sugarhill Gang, Toddla T, David Rodigan, Shy FX, My Nu Leng, Eton Messy DJs, Barely Legal, SYV, Future Wildstyle, Flava D, and Amy Becker, plus a Hospital Records Takeover with Dynamite MC, MC Wrec & Fava, Fred V and Grafix, London Elektricity, Spy, Metrik, Nu:Tone, Logistics, Keeno, Krakota, Pretty Vicious, Hooton Tennis Club, Sundara Karma, Rag n Bone Man, Lightning Seeds, and many more.
For the line-up details as available see the Kendal Calling line-up page.
Festival goers can expect eleven stages including the Main Stage, Glow Dance tent, Kaylied World Music Stage, Calling Out New Music Stage, Soapbox Comedy, Village Green, Houseparty, and more to be announced.
Tickets are priced at £130. A teen (aged 11-15 years) weekend camping monthly payment ticket is priced at £75, and a child (aged 6-10 years) weekend camping ticket is priced at £17.50. A child aged 5 years and under weekend camping ticket is free. Prices include booking fee. Last year's the festival sold out in March.
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