Shropshire's dedicated multi arena indie, rock, alternative, electronic, dance and popular music and arts festival returns to the heart of Shrewsbury. The 4th Shrewsbury Fields Forever takes place over three days this year from Friday 12th until Sunday 14th September at West Mid Showground, Shrewsbury, in Shropshire.
Latest additions are The Cribs, Shed Seven, Chloe Howl, New York Tourists, Waltz, Matrix And Futurebound, Redlight, Stanton Warriors, Kissy Sell Out, Sonny Wharton, Karlos Cheadle, Spunky, Darren Styles, Mark EG, Fretman, Fallon, Nelza, Lozzie, Mayhem, Reloaded, The Glass Caves, The Red Kites, Ghetts, All About She, I See Monstas, Etta Bond, MDNGHT, John Kelly, Paul Bleasdale, DJX2, Mark Smallwood, Russell Kane, Lee Nelson, Ninia Benjamin, Steve Shanyaski, Susan Murray, Barry Dodds, Mickey D, Mike Archer, Fight the Bear, The Taste, The Rainbreakers, Thin Vision, Blade, Tim Ryan, Scenic & Advisory, Conspire, Jay Dubz, Dan Owen, Paul Webb & Rob Kearns, Just Josh, and Stressful Tony.
Tinie Tempah will headline the main stage, also announced are John Power (Cast) Acoustic, Superfood, Young Braves, Bazland, James Taylor, and comedians Justin Moorhouse, and Ivan Brackenbury.
Early bird ticket have sold out. An adult (aged 16+ years) ticket is priced at £68. A youth (aged 10-15 years) ticket is priced at £50. Entry is free for children aged under 10 years. A camping pass is priced at £15 (with £5 eco deposit), a campervan pass is £15, and a car parking ticket is £7.
The gates to the festival site for those who are camping open at 12noon on Friday 12th. Music is due to begin approximately at 5pm. For those who are not, the gates will open at 12.00pm on Saturday 13th and 11.00am Sunday the 14th of September 2014. With the main entertainment beginning approximately 30 - 45 mins after gates open.
Friday is the warm up day with the musical programme beginning at approximately 5pm. Offering the chance to settle in onto the campsite, have a look around and perhaps explore the town centre which is only 8 mins walk away. Friday will feature both live bands and DJs.
Saturday will feature all live stages, dance tents and on site entertainment’s.
Sunday is a slight change of pace and has the addition of the Jestival comedy tent, acoustic stage and the chill out / dance tent. Sunday stages are due to close approximately 8pm with the acoustic stage earlier at approximately 5pm.
All days will feature elements of live music and dance - although some arenas will change use and will be hosted by different brands and events on different days.
More information will be here when available.
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