28 more acts have been confirmed for the Spring Off The Tracks Festival held at Park Farmhouse, at Castle Donington in Derbyshire.
The latest line-up additions are Lisa Knapp, Galloway, Culbert and Doyle, Charlie and the Band of Demons, The Fragile Souls, Seas of Mirth (pictured), Hunter and The Bear, Hallouminati, Hot Feet, Hypnocoustics, Glowpeople, Linos Wengara Magaya, The PO Boys, Russ Poole, Something Nasty in the Woodshed, The Social Ignition, The Cramatics, 52 Commercial Road, Damn Vandals, Gilded Thieves, King Capisce, Woolly Mammoth, Little Show, DoubleCross, Inta Africa, The Ravines, Cloudbase, Purusha, and Jasper in the Company of Others.
They join the previously announced Jesus Jones, The Neville Staple Band, Big Country, Moulettes, Eat Static, and Plantec at the festival which takes place over Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 23rd until Sunday 25th May 2014.
The festivals feature more than 40 acts over three stages and more than 80 real ales, ciders and perries
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £75 for an adult ticket for the weekend with camping, and £45 for a youth (aged 12 to 16 years) ticket, children aged under 12 go free and do not require a ticket. Advance tickets also cover free camping and parking, including caravans and live-in vehicles.
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