The family friendly Ramsbottom Festival takes place from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th September 2015 at the riverside location of Ramsbottom Cricket Club, Ramsbottom, in Lancashire.
Idlewild, The Wonder Stuff, and The Proclaimers headline, also announced are The Sundowners, Houdini Dax, The Narrows, Space Monkeys, Edward II, Tom Robinson, Slow Readers Club, Moulettes, Flight Brigade, Baked A La Ska, RURA, Marc O'Reilly, Black Rivers, Ciaran Lavery, Grainne Duffy, Galleon Blast, The Slytones, Bendrix, David Gibb, Louis Barabbas and the Bedlam Six, The Jade Assembly, The Baghdaddies, Delamere, JELA, Molly Bloom, The Go! Team, John Bramwell, Lazy Habits, New York Tourists, Mike Sweeney and Paddy O'Hare, Randolph Swain and The Red Lights, The Plumedores, The Science of the Lamps, Nick Bold and The Raging Sea, Joseph Lofthouse, Mat Skinner, Baksheesh, Heavy on the Magic, Our Last Riot, UkePunk, Owen Denvir, Marc O'Reilly, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Blue Rose Code, Hannah Williams and the Tastemakers, Simon Campbell, Joseph Lofthouse, Feed the Kid, Harp and a Monkey, Ciaran Lavery, Tales of Two Counties, Dave Fidler, Puppet Rebellion, Besses o' th' Barn Band, Desi Friel and Musaic, Midlife, Susie Jones, and Risa Hall Band.
Plus many more still to be announced.
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Tickets are priced at £70 for adults, and £150 for families(two adults and up to three children aged 6-13 years), a teen (14-17 years) ticket is priced at £19, a child (6-13 years) ticket is priced at £14, with those kids aged under 6 years able to attend for free.
The Ramsbottom Festival is a not-for-profit project managed by The Met, an arts charity and performance venue in Bury. As well as all the bands, Rammy has a fun-filled array of festival activities for all ages, expect arts and music workshops, story telling, a real ale tent, food and a silent disco.
Arts across the weekend include The Marie Celestial commissioned in conjunction with Glastonbury Festival, it'ss a walking mechanical art installation and street theatre show that incorporates live, interactive aerial circus performance and music. Plus The Wheel House performed by Acrojou Circus Theatre, and Stone Balancing.
Burrs Country Park, located five miles from the festival site, offers a remote riverside campsite with toilets and water facilities available. Return coaches will be run each evening. Weekend camping including car parking is charged at around £36 per tent, with nightly pitches from £15. Caravans and campervans can stay at Burrs Park caravan site.
There are also a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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