The line-up for the second annual Glastonbury Calling has been unveiled for next year. The multi-venue urban style festival showcasing the variety of music from the west and showing off the venues in the town will take place on Saturday 25th February happening over four venues - The Riflemans, The Hawthorns, The King Arthur and The Bocabar.
The line-up includes Laid Blak, Shoot The Moon, The John E Vistic Experience, Flipron, Mad Apple Circus, The Drystones, Madam Twisted, Swampgrass, Katey Brooks, Fromage en Feu, DJ Bunjy, Kane Greenhalgh, Imprints, Don't Do Tuesdays, Markie B, Lazy Daze, Plume Of Feathers, Yama Warashi, 2Drunk2Funk, Pretty Little Enemy, Safehaus, Tom Ransome, Iyabe, Henry Wacey, Kevin & the Destroyers, The Truthseekers, David 9 Lunas, DJ Harknee, The Dead Freights, Gilda Parade, Duncan Batey, From Rust, The Bad Cowboys, The June Apples, Be-Ur-Self, Lee Rahn, Owl In The Sun, Cathy Judge & Johny Francis, Sharon Martin, and Dr AmaQueen.
For the line-up details see the Glastonbury Calling line-up here.
All of the venues serve tea and coffee so you don’t have to hit the drink all day.
Tickets are not yet on sale. Tickets will priced at £10 in advance for a wristband to cover all of the venues and music. Tickets will be priced at £13 on the door if the event does not sell out.
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