Ex-Orbital Paul Hartnoll, who brings his solo project 8:58 to the Big Top stage, leads the latest acts added to the bill for Standon Calling which celebrates its 10th birthday this year in the grounds of the 16th Century Hertfordshire manor house from Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August 2015 .
This year The Last Dance Saloon will host the BBC Introducing and a line-up that's still under wraps.Loose Music will takeover one night with The Magic Numbers, Danny and the Champions Of The World, Treetop Flyers, Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Jo Rose, Canyon Ryde, and Dan Michaelson and the Coastguards .
There's also new acts announced for the The Cowshed. On the night when Sink The Pink presents Savage with are Raf Daddy, Severino, MC Gaff E, and Jonjo Jury. On the Bondax & Friends night the line-up now includes Maribou State, Kidnap Kid, Jax Jones, and Grades.
Little Dragon top the bill on Friday, The Dandy Warhols with a very special UK exclusive appear on Saturday, and Basement Jaxx will headline the Sunday night. Plus The Horrors, Seinabo Sey, DJ Yoda, Prides, Charlotte OC, Will And The People, The Cuban Brothers, The Black Delta Movement, Bondax, Sink The Pink, Savage, Gilles Peterson, and Patrick Forge, Roots Manuva, Hercules And Love Affair, Ella Eyre, Kwabs, The Antlers, Saint Raymond, Lucy Spraggan, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, London Elektricity, MC Wrec, Slaves, We Have Band, All We Are, Rag n Bone Man, Real Lies, Jagaara, Black Honey, Kiko Bun, Remi Miles, Maddox, and Waste.
There are more acts to be confirmed.
For the line-up details as available see the Standon Calling line-up page.
This year's theme has also been announced as 'A Town of Two Faces', which will include the construction of the festival's very own Wild West Town with a twist. The theme will take over the festival site with interactive theatre, art installations and costumes.
A weekend ticket is priced at £127. An infant (aged 0-3 years) weekend ticket is priced at £5. A child (aged 4-12 years) weekend ticket is priced at £20. A campervan ticket is priced at £60, with a power hook-up option, and a weekend parking ticket is priced at £10.
There are numerous stages and the odd unexpected stage appearing from nowhere. The festival boasts a number of bars, one of which is hewn out of an enormous oak tree, secret areas, interactive theatre, swimming pool (with underwater dance area), boutique camping (beach huts, yurts and tipis), kids area, and festival food.
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