Dry The River, and Josh Record, to headline Cornwall's Leopallooza

plus Indiana, DZ Deathrays, Mr Woodnote and Lil Rys, Superfood, & more

By eFestivals Newsroom | Published: Wed 2nd Jul 2014

Dry The River

Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014
The Wyldes, Lower Exe Farm, Week St Mary, Bude, Cornwall, EX22 6UX, England MAP
£70 for the weekend
Daily capacity: 5,000
Last updated: Wed 2nd Jul 2014

Dry The River, and Josh Record join the previously announced Fenech-Soler, and Foxes as headliners at this summer's 9th Leopallooza which returns to North Cornwall from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014.

The festival will play host to new bands and artists in the UK, as well as the cream of the regional music scene, across six stages. As well as homegrown talent, Leopallooza attracts bands, musicians & DJs from around the world.

Also added to the bill are Indiana, DZ Deathrays, Mr Woodnote and Lil Rys, Superfood, The Family Rain, Flyte, Tom Williams & The Boat, Beaty Heart, Yes Sir Boss, Prides, Hero Fisher, Saturday Sun, Jack Wallen, Rubylux, These Reigning Days, and Sound of the Sirens.

Karma Kid leads The Tree Line line-up featuring Panda, Apres', Barons Of Funk, True & False, Premise, Ry Spencely, Disco Guns, Le Soso, Snatch the Wax, Lovelight Soundsystem, and ISO 30.

The Rooks Nest Stage will be home to The Computers, Black Foxxes, The Cut Ups, Colt 45, Crooked Little Sons, Lionface, Dirty White Fever, Patrons, Ugly Love, The Man Who Loves You, Head of Programmes.

Joining The Temple Of Boom hosts Hong Kong Ping Pong will be WBBL, Aldo Vanucci, Daytoner, Dephicit & Summer Bright, Sammy Senior, X-Ray Ted, Bassfunk Bandits, Robin Parris, Joe Revell, Titan Sound, The Fritz, and Andy Baker.

Also confirmed are Brother & Bones, The Other Tribe, Rae Morris, Arcane Roots, Chasing Grace, Gnarwolves, Eliza and The Bear, Brawlers, Yumi & The Weather, Jake Isaac, Winter Mountain, and ChainSka Brassika. There are more acts still to be announced. 

For the line-up details, and stage splits as available, click here.

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Tickets are priced at £70 for the weekend, and £20 for children aged 6-12 years, and free entry for kids aged 5 and under.

Once again the event will be taking place within 'The Wyldes' a custom made festival site set in a scenic, lush valley in North Cornwall, only a few miles from some of the best beaches in the UK.

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