Metronomy have been announced as the Saturday headliner for Blissfields, the intimate festival for all the family which happens in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, returning a week later that it's usual slot from Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th July 2017 to Woodmancott, in Hampshire, in the South of England.
Joining them on the bill over the weekend are Lady Leshurr, Sundara Karma, The Japanese House, S4U, Dub Pistols, Radio 1 Xtra’s Sian Anderson, Bonzai, Black Honey, The Upbeats, Delta Heavy, InsideInfo, Beans on Toast, Fil Bo Riva , GCDJ, Naina, Ben Goddard & The Sons Of Indigo, Cassava, Dead! Dead! Dead!, Earl Grey Collective, Gabby Colledge, Head North, Highlights Of Our Modern World, Josh Savage, Junco Shakers, Mad King Ludwig, Matt Perriment, One Step Too Late, Palm Honey, Scott Freeman & The Tokyo Sex Whales, Shy Boy, Soul & Fire, Subgiant, The Beach Bullies, The Diamond Age, The Paper Trains, and The Tribe, with many more acts still to be announced.
Also confirmed is that Blissfields will be offering free rides in a hot air balloon above the festival. There's also a Victorian funfair. the Angel Gardens kids-festival-within-the-festival is returning, and The Hidden Hedge. There's also circus, talks and games, the Silent Disco, craft area, huge installations, and a much more.
Other good news this year is that there's no booking fees when buying tickets. Get in!
Weekend Adult (17yrs +): £95 + £5 Rubbish Bond Deposit
Weekend Youth (10-16yrs): £75 + £5 Rubbish Bond Deposit
Weekend Child (under 10yrs): £10
Weekend 10 Adult tickets for the price of 9: £855 + £50 Rubbish Bond Deposit
The Rubbish Bond 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: £20 or £5 for a child.
There is also a deposit scheme available.
Posh Wash: £10 (Showers and “proper” loos) One pass/person, pass needed for all ages.
Live-in Vehicle Pass: £45
Car Park: £15.
Shuttle Bus Pass: £6 return pass for Shuttle Bus from Micheldever Station to the festival site.
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