Marc O'Reilly, John Fairhurst, Misty Miller, and The Tuts lead the final acts confirnmed for Beautiful Days, which takes place at Escot Park, near Fairmile, Devon from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd August 2015
Also confirmed is the line-up for the Bimble Inn including Back Before Breakfast, Ruarri Joseph, Birdeatsbaby, Duncan Disorderly & The Scallywags, Flight Brigade, Interrobang, Jess McAllister, Sadie Horler, Tobias Jacob & Lukas Drinkwalker, The Land Of Giants, Freerange DJs, Tirion, Kezia, Kuki & The Bard, The Lab Rats, Marc O'Reilly, Ushti Baba, The Inexplicables, Rusty Shackle, Jake Pike, the RPMs, Forgery Lit, Melosa, Papa Dez (DJ), Reverend Ike's Sunday Soul Service, Underhound, and festival favourites Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs.
The Sunday theme for 2015 is 'This Garden'.......think flowers, hedgehogs, butterflies, trees, bumblebees, weeds, birds, gnomes....full outfits or accessories, its up to you. The site art and other elements of the festival will be influenced, as usual, by the theme.
Hosts Levellers will open and close the festival headlining the main stage wirh fellow headline acts Dropkick Murphys playing their only UK festival date this year, and Happy Mondays.
They will be joined on the main stage bill over the weekend by Gogol Bordello, Idlewild, Dhol Foundation, Katzenjammer, Hoffmaestro, Hudson Taylor, Slamboree, CoCo and the Butterfields, The Beat, Dizraeli and the Small Gods, Mad Caddies, Kim Churchill, Syd Arthur, The Skints, Birth of Joy, The Sundowners, and C.C. Smugglers.
Headlining on the festival's Big Top stage are Wilko Johnson, The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain, and and an exclusive performance 10 years on from its premiere at Beautiful Days 2005 of the musical story of John Lilburne - Rev Hammer's Freeborn John featuring Maddy Prior, Kathryn Roberts And Sean Lakeman, Rory McLeod, Phil Johnstone and members of the Levellers.
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Now in it's 13th year tickets have sold out in advance every year. Tickets are very close to selling out for the 2015 festival. No more will be made available in advance or on the gate..
The festival which is licensed for 15,000 will feature music across six stages, and street theatre, as well as site art and sculpture, lots of children's activities a huge children's area in the centre of the festival, theatre, comedy, family camping, camping facilities, licensed bars from local company Otter Brewery, world food, craft stalls, fancy dress, a 'village shop' on site, and more. There is plenty of family camping close to the car parks.
Tickets for this event have sold out every year, and this year was no exception. An adult weekend camping ticket was priced at £135.
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