Zane Lowe, Wilkinson, The Enemy, Dead Kennedys, Oneman, Elli Ingram, Scott Matthews, The Ramona Flowers, Goldierocks, A Plastic Rose, Isaiah Dreads, Amber Run, Bat and Ball, The Magnus Puto Band, Ghouls, and Antimatador have been added to the line-up for Boardmasters happening from Wednesday 6th to Sunday 10th August 2014.
The weekend headliners Snoop Dogg, Chase & Status, and Bastille will be joined Ben Pearce, Palma Violets, Reel Big Fish, George Ezra, The Cribs, Peace, Yuck, 2manydjs, Duke Dumont, Roni Size, Bipolar Sunshine, The Cuban Brothers, Big Deal, Coves, Raleigh Ritchie, Lyger, Emily And The Woods, and Saint Raymond, plusEton Messy presents Eton Messy DJs, with Friend Within, Blonde, Issac Tichauer, and Bodhi. Also confirmed are DJ Ez, Kidnap Kid, Roska, My Nu Leng, Monki, Boy & Bear, Current Swell, Decade, Southern, Jonas Rathsman, Kiri, Dan Croll, Toyboy & Robin, TCTS, The Golden Boy, Panda, and Billion.
All confirmed for the event which takes place over five days at a cliff-top location overlooking Watergate Bay, in Cornwall featuring music across nine stages. Boardmasters is held on three sites across Newquay offering action sports including surf, skate, bmx, plus daily live music acts and the music festival.
The line-up for either the Beach Sessions or the Daytime Music Sessions has not yet been announced, and tickets for these separately ticketed events are not yet on sale.
An adult weekend ticket for 3 days is priced at £105, and £109 with camping. A four day ticket with camping is priced at £119. Deposit options are available. There's a Monthly Payment Plan available if you want to spread the cost out over 6 months (starting from £19.08 a month).
Beach Sessions tickets are not yet on sale. A Friday, Saturday of Sunday day ticket is priced at £43. Children aged 10 years and under can attend free but require a ticket.
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