Radical Dance Faction (RDF) lead the latest acts announced for this September's Alchemy Festival.
Also confirmed are The Autonomads, Cracked Actors, AOS3, Hallouminati, Jackal, Dub Barn Collective, Grace and the Magic Roots, Dealo Brown, Cousin Ev, Robots Found Errors, Radio Active Bones, Sentient, and Sproatly Smith.
They join Senser, Head Mix Collective, Babyhead, Primeval Soup, Seas of Mirth, The Fresh Dixie Project, Big Topp, Tribazik, Tarantism, Sentient, Jeramiah Ferrari, Fyreflies, Skiprat, Mental Block, Brother Bear, The Defekters, Headjam, Doozer, The Black Joke Fire Company Band, Dexter Dextrous & The Fingersmiths, Smiling Ivy, Arnivore, and 50 Sniffs, The Indecision, Grand Old Ukes, Spanner, New York Brass Band, The Soul Circle Gang, China Shop Bull, Ferocious Dog, Culture Shock, and Will Tun and The Wasters.
For the latest line-up details see the Alchemy Festival line-up page.
The festival takes place at Scholey Park, from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st September, with early entry available (for an extra fee) on Thursday.
Early Birds have all gone, and there are limited places for dogs and live in vehicles.
Tickets are available priced at £80 for an adult weekend ticket. An under 16 ticket is priced at £15. Under 5's are free and don't require a ticket. A Family (2 adults and 3 children) ticket is priced at £170. A car parking ticket is priced at £8, and a live in vehicle pass is priced at £20. Dog pass (limited) £20.
Adult Thursday tickets are priced at £150 with under 16's at £2.50 and family (2 adults and up to 3 kids) £35.
The festival will also include a bubble tent, and circus area with fire shows, jugglers, poi and many other oddities! The site will have many works of art and sculptures, stalls, more food traders than last year, tarot readers and communal fire pits, and every day will be a dress fancy day.
There will be a large children's area at Alchemy containing circus skills, workshops, bubbles, face painting, shows, talks and performances. There will even be a children's open mic. Everything in the childrens area will be free. The festival aims to be as green as possible and support fair trade, and hopes to have a local cider company on site selling homemade cider and mead.
Alchemy are opening up the options for arts grants for on site installations earlier this year to give people more time to be creative. They are offering up to £300 for art that fits with the ethos of the Festival - low carbon, re-cycled wherever possible, tactile or involving people installations will always get preferential treatment.
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