The new Ringmaster Festival which has moved to a new location Hopton Court, in Cleobury Mortimer has revealed that Dry The River will headline the extra day's entertainment.
Aslo confirmed for the first day of the event which takes place on on Friday 27th September and Saturday 28th September 2013 are Night Engine, Flyte, Dancing Years, and a local opener who will be selected by Dry The River. Also added to the line-up on Saturday are Gnarwolves, Bluebell, and Pixel Fix.
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Tickets are priced at £39.50. Under-10's go free with an accompanying adult. Under-18's must be accompanied by an adult of 21-years of age, and any 21-year old can only be responsible for up to four under 18's.
Ringmaster Festival will, now for two days, be home to 6 big top tents, with the look and feel of a vintage circus (circa 1934) but with a line-up of acts on Saturday including Maximo Park, Hadouken!, Mystery Jets, Deaf Havana, Swim Deep, Theme Park, Lewis Watson, Young Kato, The Family Rain, Thumpers, Canterbury, The Xcerts, Blitz Kids, Attention Thieves, Big Sixes, Tall Ships, Chloe Howl, Fossil Collective, Luke Sital-Singh, Sons and Lovers, Astronomyy. Meadowlark, Port Isla and upcoming acts: rumHoney, Tom Jarvis, Laurel Canyons, Lillian Todd-Jones, Black Balloons, Charlotte Carpenter, Passport to Stockholm, Joyce the Librarian, Marie Naffah, Rhys Lloyd Morgan, Alexander Joseph, and Lewis Mokler.
Plus The Blackout, Ghostpoet, Johnny Borrell & Zazou, We Are The Ocean, Dutch Uncles, Mike Dignam, Arcane Roots, Chronographs, Dolomite Minor, Lloyd Yates, Mike Marlin, Midnight Special, The Late Yetis, Isolated Atoms, The Crooked Empire, Katey Brooks, The Watermelons, Liz Lawrence, The Darlingtons, Lion The Week, Kristy-Marie Day, The Freddy Green Band, Morgan Mackintosh, Zsolt Gaspary.
Ringmaster will be donating a share of £5 per ticket to their two chosen charities, Barnardo’s & Longlands Care Farm. There will also be a focus on being 'green', with the festival using local food produce and only allowing a certain number of vehicles on site, to reduce long term damage to the fields.
latest on this festival
due to an unforeseen financial situation
Dry The River, Dan Croll, Night Engine, Flyte, and Dancing Years
as it moves to a new location, and now offers camping