The full line-up has been revealed for this year's Lemonfest, the one day event, which returns to Newton Abbot Racecourse in South Devon on Saturday 30th May 2015.
The 6th installment of the South Devon festival will have a line-up of local and national talent across 5 stages.
This year's line-up includes the previously announced Dub Pistols, The Subways, DJ Yoda, Beans on Toast, 3 Daft Monkeys, Matthew & Me, Seven Cities, A$$munch, King Tuts Revenge, Rosie Lowe, Backbeat Soundsystem, Moriaty, and performance act Lords of Lightning.
Joining them are Too Many T's, DC Breaks, Phantasy, Mr. Nice, Insomniax, Jamie Trench, Alexander Downey, Danbe, Dance Dance Dance, Iain Taylor, Jamie Kenty, Scullion, The Magnet, Wade & Nolan, Yiska, Raul Pindi's Disco Vortex, Tim Fielding & A Child, and Rootsoup Soundsystem, plus local acts Your Last Day, Someday, The Reggaeskas, Dan Fraser, and Datura.
For the full line-up details, and stage splits, see the Lemonfest line-up page.
Early bird tickets are priced at £20, or £30 with camping, under 10's go free with ticketholder. Camping for under 10s is priced at £10.
The festival remains completely self-sufficient and independent, sticking true to its original ethos of having no major sponsors or VIP area. Despite the opportunity to expand in physical size and crowd capacity, organisers are keen to keep the event small and perfectly formed in order maintain their unique offering.
Other attractions include International food stalls including the Lemonfeast Street Food Market, both of which will compliment a ‘Mini Local Real Ale and Cider Fest’. Plus! Space hopper racing, fairground rides, Kids area and Busking at the Bar Stage.
Organiser Matt Freemantle said, "This is our strongest line-up yet. The addition of Lords of Lightning is a very exciting one for us, and will provide astonishment for those catch them on the day. Our Mixmag partnership in the Dance DSTRKT is also a real statement of intent as we continue striving towards our ambition of putting on the UK’s best boutique festival. We also cannot wait to open the doors to our new Downtown arena, which is going to be epic!"
Transport links to the festival couldn’t be easier, with regular trains in to Newton Abbot Station.
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