Tarantism, 3 Daft Monkeys, and Inner Terrestrials lead the full line-up for the 4th annual Something Else in the Dean which takes place at Elton Maize Mazes in the Forest of Dean hosted by Gail Something Else from Friday 25th until Sunday 27th September 2015.
Also confirmed are Leatherat, AOS3, The Roughneck Riot, Ghosts Of Men, Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs, Abdoujaparov, KilnAboy, Funke and the Two Tone Baby, The Leylines, Gaz Brookfield, The Defekters, Calico Jack, Skewwhiff, Dubclass, Echo & The Beats, Just Alex, Quercus Burlesque, Muff Said, Headjam, Dive, Hattie Hatstar, Rita Lynch, Hello Mabel, Suzy Conrad, Tez & the Suicidal Fish, The Majestic, Davey Malone & The Longtails, Bemis, The Uke Ellington Orchestra, Who Killed the Bear, Public Order Act, Athene Roberts & Tim Ashton, Two Man Ting, Skeg, The Devil's Prefects, Stevie - One Bloke One Mandolin, The Firepit Collective, The Sporadics, Spanner, One Eyed God, Blind Fever Band, Boys In The Wood, Mercurius Rising, Will Harper, Bob Smith, Six Foot Way, Jono And The Uke Dealers, Shootin' the Crow, Atrevido, Ash Victim, Chris Webb, The Star Botherers, Myrtle & Clive, Bleeding Hearts, Maelor, Folk The System, The JC Carroll Acoustic Experience, Flux Capacitors, and Noise Agents.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available see the Something Else in the Dean line-up page.
Tickets have sold out. Adult weekend tickets with camping were priced at £40, a youth (aged 15-17 years) weekend ticket with camping was priced at £20, and accompanied kids (aged 14 and under can attend FREE. Everyone under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Something Else in the Dean will be having a collection point for the Calais refugees and ask ALL attendees to bring a single item of clothing or camping gear with you for it.
Something Else is a celebration of what festivals were like before much of the festival scene got corporate sponsors and became a massive money making machine. The organisers have ensured that it keeps to its values – funding itself, respecting others and our environment, and supporting local enterprises.
There will also be workshops, activities and fun things to do for children and adults alike, plus the Something Else Tea Tent.
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