Leopallooza 2013

Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th August 2013
The Wyldes, Lower Exe Farm, Week St Mary, Bude, Cornwall, EX22 6UX, England MAP
£60 for the weekend
daily capacity: 4000
last updated: Thu 13th Jun 2013

The eighth Leopallooza, a small festival for 4,000, happens at Lower Exe Farm, Week St Mary, near Bude, North Cornwall, this year over three days from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th August 2013.

Once again the event will be taking place within 'The Wyldes' a custom made festival site set in a scenic, lush valley in North Cornwall, only a few miles from some of the best beaches in the UK.

Line-up

The festival will play host to new bands and artists in the UK, as well as the cream of the regional music scene. The three headliners are Bastille, Jacob Banks, and Swiss Lips. Support acts include The Skints, Blue Rose Code, Jetta, Wet Nuns, Findlay, Eliza & The Bear, Bebe Black, Straight Lines, and Kezia.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £60 for the weekend. To buy tickets now, click here.

About

The festival has its own huge bar called The Flying Squirrel, which has a view of both stages. It also has an eatery, called The Hungry Badger. The Leopallooza centrepiece is a car, which is loaded with wood and set on fire.

Leopallooza is also now confirmed as the only UK stop on the Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour, as they host the inaugural 'Jack Gear Invitational' FMB event, which will see some of the best freestyle mountain bike riders in the world descend on Bude, to ride the challenging custom-built track set within the festival grounds.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th August 2013
The Wyldes, Lower Exe Farm, Week St Mary, Bude, Cornwall, EX22 6UX, England MAP
£60 for the weekend
daily capacity: 4000
last updated: Thu 13th Jun 2013


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