The line-up details have just been announced for the 15th Beautiful Days which takes place Friday 18th to Sunday 20th August 2017 at Escot Park, near Fairmile, Devon, with gates opening on the Thursday afternoon, and the Sunday theme this year is 'rock the boat' - so pirates, mermaids, sailors, fish, crustaceans,...get on board!
Leading the names are the Levellers - of course - plus Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, The Sisters of Mercy, Public Service Broadcasting, The Waterboys, Alison Moyet, Therapy? Acoustic, Songhoy Blues, New Model Army, Dubioza Kolektiv, Stiff Little Fingers, Turin Brakes, Lightning Seeds, Hayseed Dixie, and Eliza Carthy and The Wayward Band.
There's also Kila, Damien Dempsey, Glen Matlock, The Cuban Brothers, Lau, Moon Hooch, Lankum (Lynched), Zion Train, Hepcat, Talisman, HoneyFeet, Ferocious Dog, Sean McGowan, Animal Noise, Gaz Brookfield and The Company of Thieves, Craig Charles, King Kong Company, Mad Professor Dub Show With Big Youth, Jack Tyson Charles, The Correspondents, DC Breaks, Don Letts, Barry Ashworth, Barely Legal, Majistrate, Lionstar, DJ Prophecy Serum & K-koi Global, Mighty Cosmics, Future Flex, Babal, Mr. Nice, Ben & Lex, Lewah , DJ Ambiessence, Rosco & Agony, DJ Shinybeast, Catalyst & Operation D & Westman, Deviant Amps, and Big Fish Little Fish.
And there's also The Circus Of Horrors, Murray Lachlan Young, Breach Theatre Presents The Beanfield, Peter Clifford, Scratchworks Presents The Great Train Robbery, Mrs H and The Sing Along Band, Entertainingly Different Presents Rise And Shine & Aerodynamics Of Biscuits, Le Navet Bete Presents Circo Spectaculo & Festival Fitness With David, Circo Rum Ba Ba Presents The Crow's House, Andy Twyman, Doozer McDooze, Jake Martin, Folk The System, Small & Gold, Peter Bruntnell, Matilda's Scoundrels, The Dambuskers, King Size Slim, John Robb, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican, John Robb, and The Fox & The Pirate.
It's best to buy them quick as this event always sells out.
Prices have been confirmed as the same as last year, which are:-
adult weekend camping ticket £135
child (10 to under 16 years of age) weekend camping £65
children aged 5 to under 10's weekend camping £35
under 5's weekend camping tickets £5
Campervan passes £40
Car routing/parking passes £15.
All tickets are subject to booking fee. Please make sure you purchase tickets for the age your child will be when they attend the festival, not their age at the time you buy. Children of all ages count as part of the festivals capacity and must have a ticket. All under 16's must be accompnied by a ticket holding adult. Proof of age may be required for children’s tickets.
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