Errors, Flamingods, Anchorsong, Pumarosa and more for Farmfestival

with San Proper, Auntie Flo, Desert Sound Colony, Stuff, and Pearson Sound

By Scott Williams | Published: Wed 9th Mar 2016

Farmfestival 2016 - Errors
Photo credit: Jason Richardson

Farmfestival 2016

Friday 29th to Saturday 30th July 2016
Gilcombe Farm, Bruton, Somerset, BA10 0QE, England MAP
£85 for adult weekend
Daily capacity: 5,000

Errors, Flamingods, Anchorsong, Pumarosa, Roseau, Peluche, Stuff, Pearson Sound, Baba Stiltz, and DJ Format & MC Abdominal lead the latest acts to be announced for Farmfestival which returns for to Bruton, in Somerset over Friday 29th and Saturday 30th July 2016..

They join Young Fathers, Gogo Penguin, Hot 8 Brass Band, My Baby, Shilpa Ray, Plastic Mermaids, Rachael Dadd, Pete Josef, Holy Two (France), Haiku Salut, Afriquoi (DJ Set), Matuki, Desert Sound Colony, Rhain, Tamu Massif, Antimatador, The Flamenco Thief, ThisisDA, Titus Monk, Passion Bel Canon, Gilles Peterson, Lone, Kowton, Bentley Rhythm Ace, Lefto, Jon K, and Franklin.

Also confirmed for the Shapes stage are San Proper, Auntie Flo, Desert Sound Colony (DJ Set), Jacques Adda, The Banoffee Bunch, ELA 303, Thomas Kenyon, Soulworks, Future Garden, Joe Moss, People Like Us, K.E.T FM, Strange Fruits, Side A, Sleazy Sessions, Will Telford & Neal Cunningham, and a Crucial & Fresh takeover featuring Timothy James, Baba Stiltz, Toby Tobias, Glowing Palms, General Public (Flaxman) & Colm K, and Crucial & Fresh.

Plus Late Night Tales DJs, Unwanted Family, Franklin (Freerange Records), The Civilisation of the Rough takeover, The High Grade Rockers Dub Soundsystem, Vintage Mobile Disco ‘Soul Express’ stage, The Ransomnote takeover, and more to be announced.

More acts and DJs will be announced over the coming months ahead of the festival at the end of July.

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An adult weekend ticket is priced at £67, and a teen (aged 12 to 17 years) is priced at £49, children under 12 can attend free. A campervan pass is priced at £30.

Farmfestival is not corporate in any way, and promotes and showcases local, regional and national bands on two stages, the main stage and the tent stage. Music includes, rock, pop, indie, ska, reggae, dub, blues and folk.

Oh, and don't forget to wear a hat, it's compulsory (and the best hats gets free tickets to next year's festival!).


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