90 more acts unveiled for Secret Garden Party

including Submotion Orchestra, Gramatik, Dense & Pika, and We Have Band

By Scott Williams | Published: Wed 30th Apr 2014

The Secret Garden Party 2014 - Submotion Orchestra
Photo credit: Phil Bull

The Secret Garden Party 2014

Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th July 2014
Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2PH, England MAP
£175 adult weekend (+booking fee) - SOLD OUT
Daily capacity: 32,000

Submotion Orchestra, Gramatik, Dense & Pika, and We Have Band lead the latest acts added to the bill for the 'Goodbye Yellowbrick Road' themed The Secret Garden Party which happens from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th July 2014 at Mill Hill Field, Abbots Ripton, in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

The latest acts also include Kate Boy, Telegram, Kimberly Anne, Ezra Vine, Happyness, Movie, As Elephants Are, The Urban Voodoo Machine, Sebastien Leger, Brushy One String, The Struts, The Fontanas, Carnival Collective, Malphino, Future Dub Orchestra, Pachango, Eddy Temple Morris, Dub Heart, Mojo Filter, Swell, The Fragile Souls, All About Tobe, onlyjoe, Danny And The Swampmen, 7suns, Scarlett, Trojan Vinyl Explosion , Emily And The Woods, Sam Brookes, Hot Feet, Meadowlark, CoCo and the Butterfields, The Intermission Project, Goldstar, Gerard & the Watchmen, Bucurasu, Elliott Morris, Joe Summers, Freya Roy, Oktoba, John Blood, James Brute, Oliver Daldry, Jennifer Left, Shambolique, The Inexplicables, Daisy & The Dark, The Crosstown Trio, Lily & Meg, Ilona, Mozzy Green, Opaque, Clutching at Straws, Emily Burns, Jack Wallen, Charlotte Carpenter, Tony Shelvin, Billican, Tom Heath, Tom Dibb, Nathan James King, Alice Walker, Will Varley, and From The Sticks.

Also announced is a Wisdom of the Glove take-over with host Guy Gerber, plusThugfucker, Blond:ish, and Konrad Black.

On Thursday night Wall of Sound Records host the 'Hippies Use Side Door' take-over in the 24 hour bar featuring Mekon, Killaflaw, Derek Dahlarge, West London Deep, and Mark Jones.

The Drop will host Maya Jane Coles, Jackmaster, Optimo, Subb-an, Ben Pearce, Dense & Pika, Waifs and Strays, Waze & Odyssey, Adam Shelton, Alex Arnot, Gavin Herlihy, Uone, Jess Lamb, and Dax Lee.

WhileSubb-analso appear at the hidden venue, Labyrinth, also featuring Maxxi Soundsystem, No Artificial Colours, Citizen, PBR Streetgang, Waifs and Strays, Christophe, Adam Shelton, Laura Jones, Gavin Herlihy, Lowlife's Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton, and residents Itchy Rich, Bobby Pleasure, and Charlie MacFarley.

This year the Village Hall offers festival goers the chance to get married, be a model in a fashion show, get arrested, learn some street-Morris dancing, watch a real dog show, become a life-model, learn to knit in the nude, practice speed mediation and get their karma cleansed by the notorious Captain Lavender.

This year SGP is asking festival goers to travel by art bike, or fancy dress costume with a 30-mile cycle with their not-the-Tour de France – Yellowbric Artbike Rally. All proceeds will go to the educational charity Yellobric, who will also be cycling from London to the start of the rally to raise awareness.

The line-up already includes Public Enemy, Hercules And Love Affair, Little Dragon, Fat Freddy's Drop, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Deap Vally, Morcheeba, Jagwar Ma, Fat White Family, Dub Pistols, Foxes, Maya Jane Coles, Sub Focus (DJ Set) + MC ID, Mo, Kwabs, Rosie Lowe, Wolf Alice, Years And Years, Gorgon City, Denai Moore, Bipolar Sunshine, The Amazing Snakeheads, Kyla La Grange, Le Galaxie, Teleman, Superfood, Matrix And Futurebound, David Rodigan, Tunng, Zervas and Pepper, Jack Garratt, My Nu Leng, Kidnap Kid, Tourist, Ulterior Motive, WOZ, The Mispers, Mausi, Pete Molinari, Fickle Friends, Big Boy Bloater, , Foreign Beggars, King Charles, Alabama 3, Big Deal, Say Lou Lou, Big Gigantic, Rae Morris, The Skints, Thumpers, Koven, John Fullbright, The Hics, Lxury, TCTS, Jacob Plant, Josef Salvat, Eagles For Hands, Nimmo and the Gauntletts, Ted Zed, Mad Professor, Coves, Jon Batiste, Melt Yourself Down, and many more.

To see who has been announced so far, see The Secret Garden Party line-up page.

As usual organisers are still holding back a bundle of secret performances.

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 Tickets are priced at £175 for an adult weekend ticket and £130 for a teen ticket, and children tickets for unders 12s are free.

A campervan pass is priced at £60, dog passes are free but limited, and a family camping ticket is priced at an additional £20.

A deposit option is also available and can be secured with a first payment of £50.

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