Now entering its 4th year and returning over three days, Strawberry Fields Festival takes place in the East Midlands countryside at a place renowned locally for its strawberry picking this festival offers a multi staged line-up of international and local acts, and is held on Friday 9th to Sunday 11th August 2013 at Cattow Farm in Heather, Leicestershire.
The latest additions include The View,
Thepetebox, Troy Ellis, Preacher & The Bear, Mahalia, Lucy Rose, Dinosaur Pile Up, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Jersey Budd, New Killer Shoes, The Scribers, Sonny Wharton, Mistajam, DJ Switch, Major Look, Sandy Cheema, Him Self Her, Paul Lyman, The Beat on the BBC, These Mortal Cities, Empire, Last Days Of Disco, Midnight Wire, Park Bench Society, Mark Elliot, and Laguna Sunrise.
They join The Enemy, Jaguar Skills, The Cuban Brothers, X-Press 2, The Other Tribe, Discopolis, The Lines, Troumaca, Andy H, 2 Bad Mice, Secret Life presents Pete Gooding, Robot 84, Phil Dockerty, Danny Whitehead, Highlife, Murray Mckee, Tyler Mae, Fitz, Mia & The Moon, The Legitimate Gentlemen, The Daydream Club, Mike Beck, Drive & Hedgehog, Mikey Dunne, Arnivore, New Walk, Plastic Soul, DJ Fee, Chris Hovey, Mark Gardner & Steve Morley, James Connor, Ed Lee, Gecko Mafia, The SFF Sunday Disco. For the line-up details as available please click here.
Early Birds have now sold out. Adult tickets are priced at £80 and include admission to the whole weekend, 3 nights camping, and free parking. A Family ticket is priced at £185. A campervan/caravan pitch ticket is priced at £30. There is also a £40 deposit scheme available.
To buy tickets, click here.
Apart from the quality musical experience, Strawberry Fields Festival hosts a vintage clothes fair (Strawberry Glam), has a fun fair, onsite hair and make-up artists, a theatre production company, live art demonstrations from some of the UK's graffiti artists, rest and relaxation in the Healing Zone, a chance to get intimate at the Poetry Brothel, a Festaxi service, and festival glamping.
The 2013 festival theme is, The Call of the Country - Saturday is officially fancy dress day so we expect to see plenty of Lords & Ladies, Tweed & Twitchers, Cocks & Hens and everything in between.
More information will be here when available.
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