John Grant, Billy Bragg, and The Unthanks will headline North Yorkshire's Deer Shed Festival held over the weekend of Friday 24th to Sunday 26th July 2015 at a 90 acre site at Baldersby Park near Topcliffe, in North Yorkshire.
Also joining the previously announced The Wedding Present will be The Felice Brothers, Dan Croll, Ibibio Sound Machine, Honeyblood, Black Rivers, Emmy the Great, Damien Dempsey, James Yorkston, Diagrams, Menace Beach, Kiran Leonard, The Pictish Trail, The Lost Brothers, Lisa O'Neill, Fatherson, Eliza Shaddad, Curtis Eller's American Circus, Rozi Plain, Cattle & Cane, FURS, Serious Sam Barrett, Deborah Rose, and Maia.
To see who is playing when see the Deer Shed line-up page.
Co-founder Oliver Jones said, "This is the best part of the year, where you can begin to shout about what you’ve got planned and get other people as excited as you are! 2014’s line up was a hard act to follow with Johnny Marr and British Sea Power, but we think we’ve cracked it with John Grant who just blows your mind,alongside the incredible Billy Bragg, who is nothing short of a living legend. We manage to balance some big acts whilst maintaining our cosy, family feel – which is what we’re all about."
Deer Shed Festival have announced that the sixth installment of the immersive, interactive and imaginative family festival will be 'Up In The Air' and will explore the infinite possibilities of what we could experience by simply raising our eyes to the sky.
Deer Shed has announced that their theme for 2015 will be 'Up In The Air' - known for their full throttle approach to the theme, not to be confined to a fancy dress outfit on the Saturday, the theme takes over the whole festival, including workshops, site décor, stages and activities.
Tickets are priced at tier 2 - £109.
Child (aged 6 - 15 years) weekend ticket is priced at £35
Child (aged 3 - 5) weekend ticket is priced at £5
Child (aged 0 - 2 years) weekend ticket is free
Weekend campervan & caravan pass is priced at £35
Car parking ticket £4
All the kids activities and workshops free of charge.
For the first time people will be able to extend their stay and camp on the Sunday evening. Music, entertainment, bars and food will continue until Monday morning. With Sunday night camping per tent or live-in vehicle priced at an additional £40.
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