The Lunar Festival returns for a 3rd edition, and takes place at Umberslade Estate, Tanworth in Arden, Warwickshire, from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th June 2015.
Tinariwen, Claudio Simonetti's Goblin, Pretty Things, Jane Weaver, Robyn Hitchcock, Mark Radcliffe, Wilko Johnson, Public Service Broadcasting, Bootleg Beatles (1966-1970), Higher Intelligence Agency, and Swingamijig's Speakeasy with Electric Swing Circus, Bart and Baker, Cat In The Hat, Jitterbug, DJ Chris Tofu, Magic Door, Richard Norris, Deano Ferrino, Jukes of Hazard, Sensateria, Andrew Weatherall,Sam Redmore, Dean 'Sunshine' Smith, Psychemagik,Lokier, Marcel Vogel, Lovefingers, C-Love, Wild Fantasy, Sun Ra Arkestra, The Radiophonic Workshop, The Fall, Julian Cope, Sylvan Esso, Robyn Hitchcock, Zun Zun Egui, Orlando Julius and The Heliocentrics, My Brightest Diamond, Mike Heron, Trembling Bells, Plank!, Daisy Vaughan, Matthew Edwards and The Unfortunates, The Ouse Valley Singles Club, Sam Brothers,Benjamin Folke Thomas, Byron Hare, Midnight Bonfires, Rhino & The Ranters, Whispering Knights, Allah-Las, The Drink, Syd Arthur, Whyte Horses, and festival regular Nick Drake's Record Player.
For the line-up details, and day splits as available see the Lunar Festival line-up page.
An adult weekend camping ticket is priced at £94, day tickets are priced at £42. A kids (12-15 years) ticket with camping tickets is priced at £42, and a day ticket is priced at £21 for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. A live in vehicle pass is priced from £64 depending upon size. Prices include booking fees.
The Lunar Festival returns to the home of Nick Drake, and is based on its sister festival, Moseley Folk, it will offer the additional bonus of camping for every ticket holder. There will be also separate area for anyone looking to get a quiet night sleep.
During the day there is a full programme of activities to keep the whole family entertained including Green crafts, Daily Yoga, Cinema Club, Sausage making workshop, Circus skills workshops, Guerilla knitting, Yoghurt weaving and Cabaret whilst the Umberslade farm will also be free for families to use.
At night the festival will change its focus to the various pop up mini-nightclubs whilst the main bar will become center stage for household DJ's to keep the party going into the early hours.
The Lunar Festival will also offer local ales and food with plenty of variety to make sure everyone camping is well watered and fed.
More information will be here when available.
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