Toy, Wolf Alice, Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls, and Cate Le Bon lead the latest acts for North Yorkshire's Deer Shed Festival which happens from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2014 as a UK Festival headlining exclusive.
Also joining headliners Johnny Marr, British Sea Power and Stornoway and special guest Steve Mason will be Catfish & The Bottlemen, Bleech, Teleman, Cheatahs, Girls Names, Lyla Foy, Womans Hour, John Smith, Eliza and The Bear, Samantha Crain, Sam Airey, and Post War Glamour Girls, Beccy Owen, and Keston Cobblers Club.
The line-up across three stages also includes Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Summer Camp, Police Dog Hogan, We Were Evergreen, Georgia Ruth, Denai Moore, PAWS, PINS, All We Are, Raglans, Withered Hand, and Nordic Giants.
For the line-up details, day, and stage splits, as available, click here.
This year's Literary Tent will offer a line-up of diverse authors and speakers reading their work and answering questions from the audience. More details on the full line-up will follow soon but Miles Hunt is the first speaker announced, the raconteur will be talking about the publication of his diaries in October and reading extracts from the book.
The Deer Shed Festival will return for a fifth outing in 2014 and has a 'Time Travel' theme this year.
The early bird tickets have sold out Tier 2 tickets are priced as follows:
An adult (16+) weekend ticket (Fri-Sun) is priced at £99.
Child (aged 6 - 15 years) weekend ticket is priced at £30
Child (aged under 5) weekend ticket is priced at £1
Weekend campervan & caravan pass is priced at £30
All the kids activities and workshops free of charge.
Deer Shed Festival offers a main stage with second acoustic stage in the Deer Shed itself, plus plenty of clean toilets and baby changing facilities. There will be a main bar as well as a cocktail bar, a large food tent with seating and high chairs. As well as the music the event offers vintage art and craft stalls, kids tent and outside play area, and will have a welfare and first aid tent.
The Arts programme includes cinema, PG-rated comedy, commissioned theatre, artists at work, illustrators, graffiti artists, spoken word, circus, cabaret, storytelling, and more usually centred around the theme.
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