The Hoosiers, Rufus, Lucy Mason, Son Of Jack, Ellie Rose, Frankie Forman, Victoria Aitken, Alicia Catling, and Rachel Clark are the latest acts to be announced for this summer's LodeStar Festival which takes place from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st August at Lode in Cambridge.
They join headliners Femme, and Public Service Broadcasting, plus The Sunshine Underground, As Animals, Lyla Foy, The Ramona Flowers, These Reigning Days, Lucius, Catfish And The Bottlemen, As Elephants Are, Coastal Cities, Edward Alice, Charlie Hole, Sea Stacks, WellNorthOfWatford, Shake Shake Go, Lowpines, Roxanne de Bastion, The Intermission Project, Imperial Mammoth, Little Barrie, Submotion Orchestra, Fickle Friends, Leslie Mendelson, Goldstar, LVLS, The Rocket Dolls, The Shadow Project, and more to be announced.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available, click here.
The festival offers 3 days of music across three stages and this year there's a bigger mix of genres, late night DJs, comedians, theatre, circus acts, burlesque, market stalls including vintage clothing, food, and camping area.
The early bird offer has ended. A ticket is priced at £65 for adults, £45 for youths (aged 15-17 years), and free for children aged under 14 years (tickets still must be booked online & under 14s must be accompanied by an adult).
Add £15 for a camping & campervan/caravan space.
Day tickets are also available (prices include parking but not camping) an adult day ticket is priced at £30 for Friday,or Saturday, and £15 for Sunday, 15-17 yr olds £20 for Friday, Saturday, or £10 for Sunday, and children aged 14 yrs and under free.
Car Parking is £5 with a 3 day ticket or £5 per day with a day ticket.
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