The line-up of acts for The Dance Arena has been confirmed for the 10th Sunrise Celebration happening at Piercefield Park, Chepstow over the bank holiday weekend from Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th May.
Hosting the Sunrise Dance Stage wil be IllumiNaughty joined by Elixir of Life, Eden, Twisted Playhouse, Swing'n'Tingz, IllumiNasty, and Happy Daze.
They have put together a line-up over four days and nights headlined by GMS, Morten Granau, System 7, Krafty Kuts, Far Too Loud, 1200 Mics (DJ Set), Laughing Buddha, Avalon, DJ Deekline, Sonic Species, Ed Solo, and Future Frequencies.
Also confirmed for the Sunrise Dance Stage are Jungle Cakes, Shane Gobi, Mirror System, Soundaholix (DJ Set), Growling Machines, Itchy & Skratchy, Juggling, Liquid Ross, Tongue & Groove, Final Conflict, Leuce Rhythms, Dexter, Matt Lickess , EE'SH, Steve Podmore, LlamaLeaf, Sly Fandango, Nanosphere, Mazzord, Funkliners, 2CBeeBies, Emma Clair, Off Beat Rippleton, Fighty, Colour, Soluble Sound, Matt Ma 6, Kallima, Workshy Rene, Kotch, and Bear Twists.
The line-up already announced includes Kosheen Unplugged, Sam and The Womp, Holotronica, Laid Blak, King Porter Stomp, Lazy Habits, Johnny Cage & the Voodoogroove, Charlie Miller & The Soul Agents, Rodney Branigan, and JC's Hopeless Sinners, who were the first acts to be confirmed.
Saturday night is party night at Sunrise, with the Electro Swing Club. Presented by DJ’s Chris Tofu and Tall Tim, and with some of the best big show bands, live dancers and cabaret, the line up promises to raise the roof on the Sunrise main stage tent for the festival’s big 10th Anniversary party night.
More acts are to be announced.
The early bird offer has ended. An adult ticket is priced at £95. A family ticket (2 Adults 2 Children) is priced at £215, a teen ticket (16-17yrs) is priced at £70, a child's ticket (5-15yrs) is priced at £25, a car pass is priced at £20, a live in vehicle is priced at £40. Prices do not include booking fees.
Sunrise offers music in 3 Arenas: The Sunrise Arena, The Dance Arena and The Village Green and is 100% sustainably powered. The festival has site wide organic food and drink, and all waste ethically recycled. Festival goers can enjoy children’s activities, family tickets, the Field of Dreams (arts and literature area), ethical traders, charity stalls, green cultural debates, and also boutique camping.
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