The Heavy, and Molotov Jukebox lead the latest acts for this summer's Dino themed Nozstock festival which takes place at 17th century farm near Bromyard, in Herefordshire from Friday 1st until Sunday 3rd August 2014
Announced for The Garden Stage are a range of acts including Craig Charles, James Zabiela, Friction & Linguistics, By The Rivers, Stiff Joints, Sonny Wharton, Octo-Pi, Koncept, and a BBC Hereford and Worcester takeover with Mat Envy, DJ Hampsta, and Bwalya.
RAM Records will be having a Saturday Night Takeover of the Cubicles with Andy C & MC GQ,Calyx & Teebee, MC AD, DC Breaks, Frankee, and Ray Rampage. Also confirmed for the same stage and appearing over the weekend are TC, Jubei, Uncle Dugs, Joe Ford, Amoss, Despicable Youth, Scope, Modify Perspective, MC Remidy, and Trafic MC.
The Speakeasy Bordello will also be returning in an afterhours takeover of the comedy tent and will feature The Twisted Burlesque DJs, Electric Swing Ballroom, Mr Bliss, Phat Tony, Jitterbug, Edd Tipton, and Sketch.
The first acts confirmed were headliner Roots Manuva, plus The Skints, and Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer.
Prepare to go prehistoric this year, as Nozstock will also be rolling back time. The dinosaur bones will need to be dusted off and the spear heads collected as the 2014 theme is 'The Land That Noz Forgot.'
Tier 1 adult weekend tickets are priced at £99 including camping. A teen ticket is priced at £75. Children aged 12 years and under can attend for free.
All those aged under 17 must be accompanied by an adult aged over 18.
A campervan pass is priced at £30, and a car parking pass is £10.
The 5,000 capacity event offers nine main stages of entertainment. Further music, theatre, comedy stages and tents are located in secret woodland glades around the site.
The festival's ethos is about bringing play to everyone, in whatever form it can. Nozstock believes in the value of not only entertaining, but in participation and contribution for all ages with activities that little ones can enjoy as well as families.
The intimate family run festival of performing arts will also offer a healing and therapy area, local and world cuisine, sock wrestling, walkabout theatre, ballz out circus troupe, fire dancers, jive and ceilidh evenings, sound art, spoken word and poetry, talks and forums from the tent of temporary thought with guest speakers.
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