The Farm, Wretch 32, The Popes and many more for GuilFest

including DJ Fresh, YasmIn, Alice Gold, Redlight, & Bare Noize

published: Thu 2nd Jun 2011

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Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July 2011
Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey., England MAP
£110 adult weekend, or £120 with camping
last updated: Thu 14th Jul 2011

Returning to play live dates this year, the original line-up of The Farm are amongst the latest additions to be confirmed for next month's GuilFest.

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The 90's Liverpool legends who achieved eight top forty hit singles in the UK, will bring their anthems, that became a soundtrack for a generation, such as 'Groovy Train' and 'All Together Now' to The Good Time Guide Stage on Saturday for their first ever performance at GuilFest.

Rising twenty-something stars, Jermaine Scott, aka UK rapper Wretch 32 and vocalist YasmIn are both confirmed to perform on the Main Stage at GuilFest on Saturday.

Celtic rockers, The Popes will be supporting Adam Ant on The Good Time Guide Stage on Friday 15th July. Formed with Shane MacGowan in their ranks in 1993, the line up has changed over the years, but The Popes remain famous for their full energy, explosive live punk shows. 'Runaway Love' singer/songwriter Alice Gold will be appearing on the same stage the following day.

Also announced today is DJ Fresh who will be headlining the Kane FM presents Funky End Dance Tent on Sunday. Drum & bass producer Dan Stein aka DJ Fresh has collaborated with the likes of Pet Shop Boys, DJ Shadow, and Apollo 440 amongst many others, and has been responsible for many DnB anthems and dance hits including his latest 'Louder'.

Also newly confirmed for the Funky End Dance Tent are Redlight, Starboy Nathan, and RoxXxan on Friday; Bare Noize, Bar 9, Yo Video, and Talay Riley on Saturday; and DC Breaks supporting DJ Fresh on Sunday.

Elsewhere on the The Good Time Guide Stage new confirmations are Vintage Trouble performing on Sunday, and Saint Jude on Saturday. As well as Paradise Point, and Little Fish both added to the Main Stage line-up on Friday.

The line-up will continue to grow over the coming weeks to a massive 200 bands performing over the 3 days of the festival.

They join the already announced Roger Daltrey from The Who playing 'Tommy' and The Who’s Greatest Hits, James Blunt, Razorlight, N-Dubz, Adam Ant, Gallows, Erasure, Noisettes, Peter Andre, Public Image Ltd, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Saw Doctors, Ziggy Marley, Pendulum (DJ Set) & MC AD, Nero, Modestep (DJ Set), Chipmunk, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, and more.

For the full line-up details to-date, please click here.

GuilFest is a great laid-back festival where visitors can enjoy a great weekend taking place from Friday 15th until Sunday 17th July 2011 in Stoke Park, Guildford in Surrey. GuilFest is not just about the music and throughout the site there are many activities and shows to keep attendees entertained all weekend. There's the eFestivals' Cosmic Comedy Tent, returning with a line up of side splitting comics, The Man In The Moon Theatre Tent, featuring performances from Burlesque Cabaret to Shakespeare, The Brand New GuilFest Vintage Fayre, The Ceroc Dance Tent, The Eden Peoples's GuilFest Gallery, La Discotheque, Farmer Giles Barn Dance, Vive Le Rock Stage, 150ft Beer Tent, Art & Craft Village, Calypso Cocktail Bar, street performers, food stalls from around the world, Kidzone featuring Peppa Pig and Bob The Builder and more, with the Guildford Spectrum Leisure Centre and Lido right next door.

An adult weekend camping ticket is priced at £120, adult weekend tickets without camping are priced at £110, child (aged 12-15 years old) weekend with camping £70 and child weekend tickets without camping are priced at £60. Children aged under 12 have free entry with a ticket holding adult. A campervan ticket is priced at £60. This year is looking set to be a sellout.

To buy tickets, click here.

Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July 2011
Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey., England MAP
£110 adult weekend, or £120 with camping
last updated: Thu 14th Jul 2011


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