Orbital, Simian Mobile Disco, and Tricky to headline Glade 2010

first acts announced

published: Thu 11th Feb 2010

Orbital

Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th July 2010
Matterley Bowl near Winchester, Hants, England MAP
£135 for the weekend
daily capacity: 12500
last updated: Thu 13th May 2010

Orbital, Simian Mobile Disco, and Tricky are the first acts to be announced for this summer's Glade Festival.

Orbital
Glade Festival has today announced its initial headliners as Orbital, Simian Mobile Disco, and Tricky, with rumours the latter will be performing in the dark – an act he is famous for.

Nick Ladd, Glade Festival Creative Director, says, "There are lots more big guns to come especially as the Glade Festival line-up has been evolving in the past couple of years to embrace more crossover styles and different flavours. This year, we will definitely taking that a step further with lots of surprises in store."

The Glade runs from Thursday 15th until Sunday 18th July, once again returning to the site of this year's festival, Matterley Bowl near Winchester, in Hampshire.

Tickets are on sale priced at £135, with under 12's able to go free if accompanied with an adult. Those aged 13 - 15 years are allowed, with a full priced ticket but must be accompanied by an adult.

To buy tickets, click here.

Expect a market, sound systems and cafes such as Chai Wallahs, Come and Play, One Tribe World Stage, Punjabi Lounge, and TRiBE of FRoG - The Frog Pond.

The festival has full camping facilities, car park, licensed bars open until late, food stalls and markets, and more besides.

Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th July 2010
Matterley Bowl near Winchester, Hants, England MAP
£135 for the weekend
daily capacity: 12500
last updated: Thu 13th May 2010


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