Richard Hawley will be headlining Saturday night of North Yorkshire's Deer Shed Festival taking place from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th July 2016. Deer Shed will be making a movie.
Also added to the line-up are Steve Mason, Rae Morris, Lonelady, Lanterns on the Lake, Anna Calvi, Boxed In, Emma Pollock, Fews, Mahalia, Saint Sister, Marc Riley, Andy Kershaw's African, Caribbean & Latin dance Sunday night, Dancing Years, and The Buffalo Skinners.
Friday night headliner Everything Everything, and Sunday night headliner Beth Orton are joined on the bill by Field Music, C Duncan, Money, This Is The Kit, Sam Lee & Friends, Dan Mangan, Gwenno, Misty Miller, Meilyr Jones, White, Marconi Union, Tuff Love, Cattle & Cane, Holly Macve, Mt. Wolf, Fronteers, Amber Arcades, Serious Sam Barrett, Holy Moly & the Crackers, Patch and The Giant, Actor, Viola Beach, and Morrissey & Marshall. .
Many more acts are still to be announced.
For the line-up details as available see the Deer Shed Festival line-up page.
The theme for 2016 is making a movie titled Monsters VS. Machines and festival goers will be able to get involved in making it, whether it's taking a starring role, being an extra or finishing off the set – the Deer Shed website has details on how to join the crew.
As well as this ambitious production Deer Shed will also be laying on loads more activities for the film buffs in their audience - exploring everything from story-telling to running acting workshops, learning to do accents, composing film scores and everything in-between.
The Deer Shed Festival will return for a seventh outing in 2016 and will also offer arts, science, comedy, cabaret, spoken word, theatre, literature, workshops, sports and swing ball that make the festival so special.
Last year tickets sold out a month before the festival was set to start. The early bird offer has ended, tickets are priced as follows:
An adult (16+) weekend ticket is priced at £125, a teen (aged 11 - 15 years) weekend ticket is priced at £45, child (aged 6 - 10 years) weekend ticket is priced at £45, child (aged 3 - 5 years) weekend ticket is priced at £10, toddler (aged 0-2 years) is free. Free camping is included.
Weekend campervan & caravan pass is priced at £50, add £15 for awning or tent. Car parking £10.
All the kids activities and workshops free of charge.
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