The line-ups for The Temple Of Boom, and have been announced for this summer's 10th Leopallooza which returns to North Cornwall after a year off, from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st July 2016.
The Temple Of Boom will host DJ Yoda, Hong Kong Ping Pong, WBBL, Hedluv + Passman, Pimpsoul, Daytoner, Aldo Vanucci, Andy Baker, B-Side, Bassfunk Bandits, Bear Twists, Bubaking, Captain Flatcap, Charlie Beale, Cockney Nutjob, Dephicit & Summer Bright, DJ Detta, Discoguns, Dub Drenched Soundsystem, Emmerson, Extra Medium, Fat Harry, The Fundamental, The Fritz, Hiphoppapotamus, Howla, Kotch, DJ Leo, Morphosis, Mr Rich & The Caretaker, Paul Kelly, DJ Phibes, The Phunk Junkies, Pugzilla, Spinforth, Titan Sound, Waggles, and a disco set from X-Ray Ted.
Also confirmed for The Treeline are Little Dragon (DJ Set), Mylo, MJ Cole, Apres, Ashley Thomas, Aurbs, DJ 'Eesh, DJ Samo, Drift, Emmerson, Embrule, Ghostacoasta, Le Soso, Light Layers, The Love Light Sound System, LP, Ry Spenseley, and Timmy Saxton with Sunday headliners to be announced.
The festival will play host to new acts and DJs in the UK, as well as those from the regional music scene, in total the festival will offer six stages featuring the already announced Band of Skulls (Friday headline), Crystal Fighters (Saturday headline) Kodaline (Sunday headline), Izzy Bizu, The Duke Spirit, The Hunna, Vangoffey, Scott Matthews, NZCA/Lines, De Staat, The Sherlocks, Raglans, Lawrence Taylor, Otherkin, Loyle Carner, Pretty Vicious, Billie Marten, Louis Berry, Postaal, Will Joseph Cook, and The Graveltones.
Leopallooza is also the only UK stop on the Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour, as they host the once again the 'Jack Gear Invitational' FMB event, which will see some of the best freestyle mountain bike riders in the world descend on Bude, to ride the challenging custom-built track set within the festival grounds.
Once again the event will be taking place within 'The Wyldes' a custom made festival site set in a scenic, lush valley in North Cornwall, only a few miles from some of the best beaches in the UK.
Tickets are priced at £95 for the weekend, and £15 for children aged 6-11 years, and free entry for kids aged 5 and under.
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