Tinie Tempah, Imelda May, & more for Hop Farm Music Festival

join Prince on the line-up

published: Wed 25th May 2011

Imelda May

Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd July 2011
The Hop Farm, Paddock Wood, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 6PY, England MAP
£170 for the weekend, 2 day £130, camping £30, Friday/Saturday/Sunday only £70
daily capacity: 52000
last updated: Tue 28th Jun 2011

Tinie Tempah, and Imelda May lead the first acts to be confirmed to play on the same day as Prince at this year's The Hop Farm Festival .

Imelda May
Also joining headliner Prince at the 4th annual Hop Farm Music Festival on the Sunday are Larry Graham & Graham Central Station,Labrinth, Parade, Dutch Uncles, and Tall Ships, with many more to be announced in the following days.

Fans that have already purchased two day tickets for Hop Farm will be able to upgrade their tickets to a third day for just £40, (ticket agents will be in contact with current weekend ticket holders).

A ticket for the whole of the three-day event will cost £170. Two day tickets (for either Friday and Saturday or Saturday and Sunday) are priced at £130 and a single day ticket is £70. Festival-goers who have already purchased two day tickets will be able to upgrade to the third day to see Prince for just £40. A campervan ticket is priced at £35 for any day, and disabled options are also available. Under 12's go free with a paying adult. Proof of age may be requested upon entry to the Festival.

To buy tickets from Seetickets, click here.

To buy tickets from Ticketmaster, click here.

To buy tickets from Gigantic, click here.

The now three-day festival will take place from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd July in Paddock Wood, Kent. The Eagles and Morrissay will headline, plus Lou Reed, Iggy And The Stooges, Patti Smith, Newton Faulkner, Brother, Bryan Ferry, Brandon Flowers, Death Cab For Cutie, 10cc, The Human League, Ocean Colour Scene, Noisettes, Gang Of Four, Bluetones, Paris Riots, The Leisure Society, Brigid Power-Ryce, Mary Coughlan, The Walkmen, Stornoway, Erland And The Carnival, Treetop Flyers, Steve Smyth, Jimmy Barnes, City and Colour, and Transfer, with many more to follow. The festival has 4 music stages and includes comedy and campsite stages.
For the line-up details as available please click here.

Hop Farm is set in 400 acres of unspoilt Kent countryside, and was once a working and now one of Kent's most popular tourist attractions in the Garden of England. This event organised by Vince Power has no VIP area, so everyone has the same experience, there's no registration, no sponsorship, and no branding.

Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd July 2011
The Hop Farm, Paddock Wood, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 6PY, England MAP
£170 for the weekend, 2 day £130, camping £30, Friday/Saturday/Sunday only £70
daily capacity: 52000
last updated: Tue 28th Jun 2011


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