Forgotten Fields adds Eliza and The Bear, Moose Blood, and Isaac Gracie

Beaty Heart, NZCA Lines, Hudson Taylor, Sundara Karma, Kula Shaker, & more

published: Thu 21st Apr 2016

Eliza and The Bear

Friday 5th to Sunday 7th August 2016
Eridge Deer Park, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex, TN3 9JT, England MAP
£105 for weekend
daily capacity: 7500
last updated: Mon 16th May 2016

Eliza and The Bear, Moose Blood, Isaac Gracie, Beaty Heart, NZCA Lines, Hudson Taylor, Sundara Karma, Kula Shaker, and Too Many T's lead the latest acts confirmed for Forgotten Fields Festival, which is returning for a second edition to the Sussex countryside at Eridge Deer Park for Forgotten Fields from Friday 5th until Sunday 7th August 2016.

The latest names announced also include Rukhsana Merrise, Molly Warburton, Judas, The Blazing Zoos, Gillbanks, Yonaka, Rhain, Lucie Barat & The Au Revoirs, Youth, Lectures, GotSome, The Nextmen, Abbie McCarthy, James Walsh, Cabbage, Plastic Mermaids, The Blazing Zoos, Gillbanks, Yonaka, Secret Set, Rhain, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Ska Aerobics, The Orielles, Painted Heathers, Nice Place, Voodoo Love Orchestra, Lakuta, Robbie Skitmore & The Spanish Harlem Incident, and The Rubber Duck Orchestra.

This year Forgotten Fields has Suede, Kodaline, and Dizzee Rascalon headlining duty. The first names announced also included Kelis, Maximo Park, The Sugarhill Gang, Band Of Skulls, Newton Faulkner, Ibibio Sound Machine, Police Dog Hogan, Jack Savoretti, Milky Chance, Too Many T's, Norman Jay, Shy FX, DJ Yoda, Krafty Kuts, Blaenavon, The Kid Kapichi, Raffer, The Bay Rays, Skies, Dorey the Wise, Wax, Standard Lamps, MarthaGunn, The Hyve, Joey Fat, Fours, Emmy the Great, Rag n Bone Man, Youth Club, Stay Beautiful Bowie Disco, DJ Format & MC Abdominal, Yucatan, Documenta, The Church, Riding the Low, Beds in Parks, Lisbon, Blueprint Blue, DJ Megatune, Northern Soul Dance Class, Mango Rescue Team, Dr Bluegrass and the Illbilly 8, Forest of Fools, Buffo's Wake, Discount Orchestra, Afro Cluster, and Gyps N Progress.

for the line-up details, day, and stage splits see the Forgotten Fields  line-up page.

Forgotten Fields focuses on the whole festival experience and not just the music, to that end this year sees Home Of The Unknown bring a stage of activities, fun and games to Eridge Park. Intended as a one-stop destination for those wanting to experience the other side of festival life. From Gospeloke singing your favourite tunes backed by a full gospel choir to Musical Bingo, dating game Blindfold Date, the Day Of The Dead themed Dance Of The Dead, quizzes from Last Man Standing and Sounds Familiar and more.

buy tickets now >

Tickets are priced currently at £105. A youth (aged 11-15yrs) ticket is priced at £75, a child (6-10yrs) ticket is priced at £20, children aged 5 and under tickets are priced at £10. A live-in vehicle ticket is priced at £70, and advance car park ticket is priced at £10. There is also a payment plan available.

The event for 4,000 attendees will feature firm festival favourites with sing-a-long back catalogues, fine ales, world cuisine, and those averse to the idea of camping can enjoy a multitude of bespoke accommodation options.  There will also be extravagant site art, festival games, fancy dress frolics, boutique stalls and camp fire tales all set in the picturesque English Countryside.



Friday 5th to Sunday 7th August 2016
Eridge Deer Park, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex, TN3 9JT, England MAP
£105 for weekend
daily capacity: 7500
last updated: Mon 16th May 2016


latest on this festival

Forgotten Fields
festival home page
last updated: Tue 10th May 2016