Wakestock Gwyl Y Mor happening from Friday 11th until Sunday 13th July 2014, at Abersoch, North Wales have announced the Focus By The Sea Stage curated by Focus Wales featuring big name band, along with welsh comedy, spoken word and alternative music acts.
Andy, from the Focus team, said, “We're really excited to be working with Wakestock Gwyl y Mor and Kili Live this year, on what promises to be a fantastic new stage for the best new music from Wales.”
The Huw Puw Stage which showcases acts from in and around Pen Llyn returns this summer and will host a line up that includes Quiet Marauder, Roger Hughes, Sion Russell Jones, Stonehouse, Sera, Beth Angharad, Paul Green, Ellie Makes Music, Life in Cold Climates, Hywel Pitts, and Bandeoke (basically Kareoke but with a backing band), and more to be announced.
Also added to the line-up elswehere on site today are George Barnett, Bo Saris, Trojan Sound System, The Virginmarys, Little Matador, Kidnap Kid, Young Kato, Chris Weston, Shift K3y, and A Plastic Rose.
That's in addition to the previously confirmed acts who were headliners Tom Odell, Frank Turner, and John Newman plus Clean Bandit, Razorlight, Ella Eyre, Frightened Rabbit, Redlight, Mnek, The Rifles, Chloe Howl, Craig Charles, Arkon Fly, Josh Record, Jess Glynne, Duke Dumont, Gorgon City, B.Traits, Shy FX & Stamina, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Le Youth, Fred V and Grafix + MC Felon, Star Slinger, and Goldierocks, and local acts including Jigsaw, Manish Water, N.A.N.C.Y, Phil Pritchard, True & False, Chris Sheldon, and DJ NCK,and more, with many more acts for this year’s festival yet to be revealed.
For the line-up details as available, click here.
This year there will be a full programme of things going on during the day on the festival site with the addition of an artisan market, local ales festival, brand new kid’s area, funfair and live music throughout the day.
The festival are offering the chance to come to the site during the day and experience all that it has to offer for £5 for adults, with the option to upgrade tickets to stay all night if it appeals, and kids under the age of 10 get in free.
The festival is now called Wakestock Gwyl Y Mor (Festival Of The Sea) and sees the existing annual festival, now in it's 15th edition that features music and wakeboarding from around the globe, return to its roots celebrating all that is great and good about its home, the Llyn Peninsula, Cardigan Bay.
A 4 day weekend camping ticket is priced at £150, a weekend ticket without camping is priced at £115 and a 3 day camping option is also available priced at £140. Camparvan, parking and day tickets are not yet available. Girls only, quiet, £50 deposit, and bespoke camping options are also available. Ticket prices do not include booking fees.
Note: The minimum age limit is 12. At the festival site anyone aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 25 to get access to the festival site or campsites, and your accompanying adult must be with you when you enter the campsites or arena on site, or when you leave the festival.
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