The final acts have been revealed for this summer's Larmer Tree Festival now a six day event from celebrating it's 25th year from Tuesday 14th to Sunday 19th July 2015 at Larmer Tree Gardens
Completing this year's line-up are Pronghorn, All The Luck In The World, Beth Porter and The Availables, The Ben Waters Band, The Gaslight Troubadours with Professor Elemental, Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds with Justin Currie, Diabel Cissokho, No Go Stop, Pete Lawrence, Wesley Bennett, Nudybronque, Boy Le Monti, Pachango, Will McNicol and Luke Selby, Simon Panrucker, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow, Django Spears, First World Pros, Noah's House Band, and Signals.
The comedy line-up joining Bill Bailey has also been announced. Headlining the late-night comedy club on the ARC stage this year are Ed Byrne, Russell Kane, Sara Pascoe, andSeann Walsh, ably supported by Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, David Trent, Alex Edelman, Gareth Richards, Rhys James, Carl Hutchinson, Stephen Bailey, Damian Clarke, Fin Taylor, Yve Blake, and Mark Simmons.
After the Main Stage finishes at 11pm there's a brand new after-hours DJ venue tucked away in Lostwood to visit. Set among the trees in a clearing in the woods, The Hide is the perfect place to dance the night away. Also open until 4am, The Social is home to acoustic music and chilled out chatting by day, and by night late-night live acts and resident DJs will have the audience dancing till dawn.
Other acts confirmed for the festival include Tom Jones, who once again tops the bill opening the festival on Tuesday and Wednesday. He will be followed on Thursday by another returning Larmer Tree band, Levellers, dynamic guitar duo Rodrigo Y Gabriela on Friday, Femi Kuti on Saturday and Jimmy Cliff and Bill Bailey on Sunday.
Other acts confirmed include Bellowhead, The Magic Numbers, The Beat, Meadowlark, Laura Doggett, Seafret, Molotov Jukebox, Dub Inc., Shlomo, By The Rivers, Andy Kershaw, Steve Knightley, Blair Dunlop, Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six, Hunter and The Bear, Jarrod Dickenson, Megan Henwood, AJ Holmes and the Hackney Empire, ChainSka Brassika, Winter Mountain, Nudybronque, Time for T, Pachango, Count Bobo & The Bullion, Tezeta, Gold Of My Own, Peluche, Lotte Mullan, Will McNicol and Luke Selby, Tinderbox, Bella Figura, The Villanovas, The Drystones, Cate Ferris, Orchestre National de Barbes, Ibibio Sound Machine, Show of Hands, Raghu Dixit, Kobo Town, Martin Carthy, Kiko Bun, CoCo and the Butterfields, Curtis Eller's American Circus, Snowapple, Swingrowers, Keston Cobblers Club, Naomi Bedford, C.C. Smugglers, No Go Stop, Ciaran Lavery, Police Dog Hogan, Gaz Brookfield, The FB Pocket Orchestra, Jon Sterckx, Tobias Ben Jacob, Lukas Drinkwater, Still Moving DJs , Kelly Oliver, Drew Allen, and Wesley Bennett.
There will be over 100 bands and acts will perform on six stages, alongside a comedy club, 150 free workshops and a Sunday carnival.
Tickets for the evening of Tuesday 14th , along with a limited number of tickets for Wednesday 15th July are on sale now, priced from just £65 including tent camping.
Tickets are sold on a tiered system.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £240 for all 5 days, £199 for 4 days, and £174 for 3 days, there are Youth (age 11-17), and Child (age 5-10) options also available, and under 5's are free. Parking, campervan passes, and day tickets are also available now.
The ticket price includes camping for the night(s) of the date(s) of a ticket, and expect them to sell out quite quickly.
There is an added week-long holiday pass available, these are priced at £260 for adults, £176 for youth, and £104 for children aged over 5, with a dedicated luxury camping field providing hot showers, toilets, a café, campfire and barbecue area.
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