Continental Drifts, the festival production team - who have helped create Glastonbury's famed Shangri-La zone and areas at Bestival and Boomtown - will be curating a new festival in Devon next year. Grinagog, taking place from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th April 2017.
Confirmed acts Rat Boy, Congo Natty, Akala, Slamboree, The Mighty Jah Shaka Sound System, plus Sam Lee, Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi, Electric Swing Circus, Samuel Wulf, Mr. Nice, The Swingamajig House Band, DJ Chris Tofu, Temple Funk Collective, Bring Your Own Brass, Kinky and Quirky, Bizarre Rituals, Rambunctious, Ghetto Funk All Stars, Hong Kong Ping Pong, and much more.
Please see the line-up page for all the details.
Tickets are priced at £35.
Grinagog, which gets its name from an old Devonshire term for someone who is always smiling, is described as a land of music, dancing, art, mischief and perpetual grinning.
Organisers promise that a mix of musical genres will be represented across the 15 stages, ranging from Torre Abbey to the harbourside nightclubs and rock venues.
This will be alongside street performers, art installations, talks and workshops, award-winning food and outdoor pursuits.
More information will be here when available.
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