The Wonder Stuff will headline Simon Says which returns for a fourth year to Leicester's De Montfort Hall on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July 2016.
They top a bill that features Ferocious Dog, Diesel Park West, Kingsize, Horace Panter's Uptown Ska Collective, Ali Clinton, Chris Conway, Cohesion, Courtney Askey, Dayflower, Goldwater, Hubcap, Jersey Budd, Jess Green And The Mischief Thieves, Jesuscarfish, Kevin Hewick, King Brasstards, Last Edition, Let's Play Bowie, Luke Broughton, Mage, Matt Henshaw, Mia & The Moon, Mountaintop Junkshop, Not My Good Arm, Out Of Karma, Roger Wilson and Chris Parkinson, Sophia Marshall, The Brandy Thieves, The Hardy Band, The Kirkland Turn, The Marinuccis, The Moonlights, The Strangler Figs, Wendy Christian, We Three And The Death Rattle, and more to be announced.
Tickets are priced at £30 for a weekend ticket, or £20 for students. Tickets teens under 16 years are priced at £10, and for children under 10 are £7.50 and under 5s go free. Please note a £3 transaction fee is payable on all tickets purchased by debit or credit card.
Presented in partnership with three of Leicester's most loved music venues, The Donkey, Firebug and The Musician, the festival is a celebration of local talent with some more nationally-recognised complementing the line-up.
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