British Sea Power lead the 29 new additions to the line-up have been confirmed for the Beacons Festival which takes place from Friday 7th until Sunday 10th August 2014 at Funkirk Estate, Carleton, in North Yorkshire.
Opening the main stage, British Sea Power will play an exclusive live soundtrack to the film, 'From The Sea To The Land Beyond'. Made from over 100 years of British Film Institute archive footage, director Penny Woolcock's film is a portrait of our unique British coastline and the role it plays in our lives.
Also confirmed are 65daysofstatic, Indiana, Joan As Policewoman, Beaty Heart, Capua Collective, Charlie Straw, DZ Deathrays, Famy, Fickle Friends, Goodbye Chanel, James Bay, Jarbird, Jaws, Kult Country, Paris XY, Paul Thomas Saunders, Pawws, Post War Glamour Girls, September Girls, Serious Sam Barrett, Temple Songs, The Garden, The Horn The Hunt, Vaults, Vessels, Volte Face, Witch Hunt, and Yumi Zouma.
They join Darkside, Daughter, Jon Hopkins, The Fall, Nightmares on Wax, Hookworms, Toy, King Creosote, East India Youth, Eagulls, Sweet Baboo, Erol Alkan, Joy Orbison, Charli XCX, Daphni, A Love from Outer Space: Andrew Weatherall & Sean Johnston, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Rejjie Snow, Cate Le Bon, Metz, Fat White Family, Sleaford Mods, Submotion Orchestra, The Wytches, Joanna Gruesome, John Wizards, Speedy Ortiz, Adult Jazz, Womans Hour, Psychemagik, Slaves, Nai Harvest, Younghusband, Moko, Sivu, Naked (On Drugs), Eaves, Nadine Carina, Melt Yourself Down, Action Bronson, xxyyxx, DaM-FunK, Greg Wilson, Money, Traams, PINS, Girl Band, Cheatahs, Menace Beach, Galaxians, Golden Teacher, Championlover, Autobahn, Dixon, Roman Flugel, Mano le Tough, Special Request, Daniel Avery, Max Graef, and Aartekt.
Weekend tickets are now priced at £99.50 + booking fee. Deposit tickets available for £25 up front cost. A young person (aged 13-17 years) ticket is priced at £75, a child (aged 7-12 years) ticket is priced at £15, and children under 7 years can attend free.
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