Ramsbottom Festival which takes place from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st September 2014 at Ramsbottom Cricket Club, in Lancashire have announced another wave of acts led by Jimi Goodwin.
Other acts added to the line-up are The Skints, Luke Daniels, The Neville Staple Band, Bird To Beast, By The Rivers, Gramotones, Racing Glaciers, Frankie Foreman, Xova, Paper Beat Scissors, Nell Bryden, Hans Theessink, My Sweet Patootie, The Minx, Jolanga, and Vinny Peculiar with more, including the Sunday night headline act, to be announced.
They join British Sea Power, and Levellers who will headline, other acts include Cara Dillon, Admiral Fallow, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour, Keston Cobblers Club, Randolph Swain & The Red Lights, Mad Dog Mcrea, The Shee, Marcus Malone Band, Lisbee Stainton, Jo Harman, Harp and a Monkey, and Gorgeous George.
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Joining the family arts programme for this year is the Wild in Art project, which will see a collection of colourful 3D sculptures including giant animals and magical creatures taking up residence on the cricket wicket at the centre of the festival site. The sculptures will have been designed and painted by children from local schools led by Wild in Art’s professional artists, the same team behind the Cow Parade in Manchester and the Olympic Mascots trail in London.
The early bird offer has ended. A weekend ticket is priced at £66, a family weekend ticket for two adults and three children (over 6 and under 16) is priced at £144. A weekend ticket for children aged from under 16 to 6 years are priced at £11. There's free entry for children aged under 6 years but they still need a ticket. Day tickets are not yet available.
For the first time the festival will offer camping. Burrs Country Park, located five miles from the festival site, offers a remote riverside campsite with toilets and water facilities available. Return coaches will be run each evening. Weekend camping including car parking is charged at £36 per tent, with nightly pitches from £15. Caravans and campervans can stay at Burrs Park caravan site.
The Ramsbottom Festival is a not-for-profit project managed by The Met, an arts charity and performance venue in Bury. As well as all the bands, Rammy has a fun-filled array of festival activities for all ages, expect arts and music workshops, story telling, comedy, a funfair, a real ale tent, food and a silent disco.
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