Tall Paul and a host of additions for GuilFest line-up

Sorry And The Sinatras, Pint Shot Riot, The Xcerts, and loads more

published: Wed 26th May 2010

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Friday 16th to Sunday 18th July 2010
Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey., England MAP
£100 adult weekend, or £110 with camping; Children (12-16) £50 weekend, £60 with camping
last updated: Thu 8th Jul 2010

eFestivals can exclusively reveal the comedy line-up for this year's eFestivals' Cosmic Comedy Tent, returning with a brilliant line up of side splitting comics to GuilFest again this year.

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DJ legend, Tall Paul, is confirmed to appear in The Funky End Dance Tent on Friday this year. Having begun his DJ career in the 80s, Paul has played at clubs and parties all over the world, and released numerous successful tunes over the last 20 years including remixes for artists as diverse as The Human League, New Order, Bizarre Inc, Energy 52, Keane and The Killers.

Also in The Funky End Dance tent on Friday are Ben Pineapple Tribe, Squat Dom, Dready Glenn, Mikey Dubz, and Hutchinson Brothers. On Saturday new confirmations for this year are IPcress, Ade, D. Trac3d, Alan Prosser, Andi Warren, Freddie Smith, and The Roots Brothers, while on Sunday Neurodriver, Gav Ravenous, Kai_1, Big Red, and Mr Meatball take to the decks.

Confirmed for the Rock Sound Cave on Friday are Sorry And The Sinatras, Pint Shot Riot, Stars of The Search Party, The Retox, and Karn8. Performing on Saturday in the Cave are The Xcerts, GU Medicine, Prince Charming, Kenelis, Now Is Everyone, and The Theory of 6 Degrees; while on Sunday 18th July, the new confirmations are Subsource, The Dirty Chimes, Play Dead Sister, and Nylon Sky.

The Surrey Advertiser Live Club Stage has its first confirmations for 2010 – Friday's are The Swelltones, and The Toniks; Saturday's are , The Free Radicals, Signal Fires, According to You, Flexability, The Jamerics, and Roxxi; and appearing on Sunday are Four Short of a Miracle, and Voodoo Rising.

The brand new Palace Stage also has its first acts confirmed for this year's festival, with A Wolf Like Me, The Session, Magic Eight Ball, and Mexican Car Chase on Saturday; as well as Clockwork City, Underview, Kitayah, The Sanctions, Doctor Pop! all confirmed for Sunday.

Other acts confirmed for GuilFest include Cars On Fire, LaFaro, What Is Life For?, Scorb, Beatnik, Lon - D, and Spink.

They join an eclectic, already announced line-up of Orbital, The Human League, Status Quo, N–Dubz, Just Jack, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Hawkwind, Hadouken!, Chase and Status (DJ set), Level 42, Alvin Stardust, 10cc, The Blockheads, The Blackout, Tinie Tempah, The King Blues, The Twang, Seth Lakeman, Dreadzone, Pama International, Sub Focus (DJ set), Draven, Turbowolf, Chickenhawk, The Wonderstuff, and many, many more. For the full line-up details to-date, please click here.

Despite all of this, the GuilFest 2010 line up is STILL not complete! There are plenty more bands and DJs to be announced across ALL stages! As usual GuilFest is not just about music, and across the site you will find all kinds of attractions and activities to keep you amused for the whole weekend. Pop in to the brand new Ceroc Dance Tent and learn some new dance moves; Chillax or have a makeover in the Carnivalanza Salon and Chill Out; Eat some wonderful twists on festival favourite foods in Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstalls River Cottage Cafe or Simply enjoy some fantastic theatrical performances in The Man In the Moon Theatre Tent! As well as all this on site are the hilarious The eFestivals Cosmic Comedy Lounge, the every popular Farmer Giles Barndance, last years unlikely sensation, The 70s Disco as well as food and drink from around the world, the fantastic Kidzone, Art & Craft Village, The GuilFest Gallery, The Plantation Cafe, massive 150ft beer tent, Calypso Cocktail bar, The Unison Zone, a fantastic atmosphere that simply can't be replicated anywhere else, and much more besides.

GuilFest is the quintessential English Family Festival and the perfect place to enjoy 3 sunny days of music, fun and laughter from Friday 16th until Sunday 18th July 2010. Tickets are priced at £100 for an adult weekend, or £110 weekend with camping. Children between 12 and 16 years old tickets are priced at £50 for the weekend, £60 for weekend with camping. N.B. Children between 12 – 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Children aged under 12 have free entry with a ticket holding adult. Campervan tickets are priced at £60.

Day tickets are available Friday adult tickets are priced at £40, Saturday or Sunday tickets are priced at £45. Kids tickets are priced at £30 for each of the three days.

To buy tickets, click here.


Friday 16th to Sunday 18th July 2010
Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey., England MAP
£100 adult weekend, or £110 with camping; Children (12-16) £50 weekend, £60 with camping
last updated: Thu 8th Jul 2010


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