Noah & The Whale, The Whip, and Chase & Status, for Bloom

plus many more including Tom Middleton, Dub Pistols, and Filthy Dukes

published: Mon 20th Apr 2009

Noah and the Whale

Friday 14th to Sunday 16th August 2009
Chepstow Racecourse, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, England MAP
adult £75, chil (5 to 15) £25, day tickets £30
last updated: Mon 3rd Aug 2009

Noah and the Whale, The Whip, Dub Pistols, and Chase & Status lead a host of acts announced for this year's Bloom festival held from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th August.

Noah And The Whale
The festival which takes place at West Littleton Down, South Gloucestershire will also have performances from 360, Alessi's Ark, Altern8, Audio Sculptors, Barbieshop, Bensem, Black Diamond Bay, Burly Chassis, Butler Williams, CCQ, Darius Syrossian, Dark Captain Light Captain, and Deathray Trebuchay.

The acts confirmed also include Drums of Death, Echaskech, Eddy Johns, Elena Tonra, Filthy Dukes, Gabriel Burne, Gigi Brown, Heavyfeet, Henry Brill, House of Brothers, Itchysoul, Jack Beats, Jake Morley, James Moss, Jamie Ley, Jamie N Commons, Josh Weller, and Just Jack.

Further line-up additions are Kid Fiesta, Kidda, Lee Harris & River Styx, Left Step Band, Lemanis, Lights, Linda Wood, Lo-fidelity Allstars, The Loose Cannons, Luke Leighfield, Mankala, Mary Spender, Mids, My First Tooth, Nicky Swann, Nimmo and the Guantletts, North of Ping Pong, Panic Attract, Pete Roe & band, Ryan O'Reilly, Sam Beer, Sam Eason, Sarah Dickson, Sean Taylor, and Ten Bears.

The line-up so far confirmed is completed by The Agitators, The Beautiful Word, Big Fibbers, The Black House, The Domino State, The Fabulous Lounge Swingers, The Listening Device, The Title Sequence, The Walking Birds, Thomas J Speight, Tom Middleton, Vinnie and the Stars, Yearner Babies, You and Me, and Yunioshi.

Bloom describes itself as "a boutique festival of cultured electronic beats and bass". Expect around four arenas with a blend of up-and-coming and established groups, artists, DJs and labels. Sounds will include music from a plethora of genres including electro, house, hip hop, jazz, funk and drum'n'bass. There's also comedy and cabaret.

Expect a whole array of fancy dress, impromptu performance, ferris wheel, fire shows, installations, live art, circus acts, designated kid zones, a range of holistic therapies in the Bloom Vegetable patch, markets and a selection of quality, organic eateries.

Tickets are on sale priced at £75 for an adult weekend ticket, children (5 to 15 years) tickets are priced at £25, tickets for children aged under five are free, however their details must be registered with the organisers via email. Day tickets are priced at £30 for any day, car parking tickets are priced at £10.

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Friday 14th to Sunday 16th August 2009
Chepstow Racecourse, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, England MAP
adult £75, chil (5 to 15) £25, day tickets £30
last updated: Mon 3rd Aug 2009


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