Also confirmed are Bonobo, Neneh Cherry & RocketNumberNine, Steve Mason, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Temples, Jimi Goodwin, James Holden, Los Campesinos!, John Wizards, Cherry Ghost, Alexis Taylor, The Radiophonic Workshop, East India Youth, The Rails, All We Are, Arthur Beatrice, Childhood, Telegram, and Brythoniad Male Voice Choir.
The DJ line-up is headlined by Julio Bashmore with Andrew Weatherall, Danny Krivit, Michael Mayer, Justin Robertson, Ewan Pearson, Prosumer, Ashley Beedle, Awesome Tapes From Africa, Unabombers, Eagles For Hands, Joe Boyd, Low Life, Aficionado & Special Guests, Amp+Deck, Sophie Lloyd, Camino Del Sol, and Disco Mums also announced.
The third headlining act, and many more are yet to be announced.
An Early bird adult weekend ticket with camping is priced at £160, a young persons weekend camping ticket (aged 11 - 15 years) is priced at £85, with under 10s free. Thursday arrival weekend tickets are priced at £175 with or without camping, or £95 for a young person ticket (aged 11 - 15 years). A park and ride ticket is priced at £20. Prices do not include booking fees.
Early bird tickets end this week, when tickets return to standard price.
Note: There will be very little entertainment programmed on the Thursday / Thursday Night - This is just an option for those wishing to set up their tents a day earlier. Campsite opening times will be confirmed closer to the time.
Festival goers can also expect comedy, poetry, pop up-theatre, intimate readings, film screenings, woodland trails, art installations, pop up woodland raves, kids mischief meadow, The Prisoner reconstructions, and more.
Bands, DJs, musicians and string ensembles will be performing across the entire site, from the historic town hall to the Colonnade gardens to the picturesque Bay Stage and the promenade along the estuary of the River Dwyryd.
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