The first acts have been announced for Farmfest which returns to Bruton, in Somerset on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July 2017.
Leading the live acts is Squarepusher's Shobaleader One, plus there's Tony Allen(Tribute to Art Blackey), This Is The Kit, Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra, BC Camplight, Melt Yourself Down, Broken Brass Ensemble, Dizraeli, Ishmael Ensemble (live), Goan Dogs, Febueder, Low Island, Luo, Calico, Elder Island, Bite The Buffalo, Eyre Llew, Cousin Kula, Port Erin, Izo Ritzoy, Plume, Matt Woosey, Wasuremono, and Jamie Cruickshank.
There's also a huge list of DJs, who are Greg Wilson, Actress, Session Victim (live), Max Graef, DJ Yoda with a hip-hop[ set, Guts, Bill Brewster, Boca 45, Or:La, Ishmael, Late Night Tales Takeover, Ishmael, The Pool DJs, Shapes Takeover, Crucial & Fresh, Unwanted Family, Christian King, Yuki Ame, Antwerp, Equals, Bodywork, Bood'nbone, Jacques Adda, Gallegos, Joe Moss, Dropout Disco, Plu, Sleazy Sessions, Siandi, Late Night Love Affair, Musu, The Big Domingo Show, The Civilisation of the Rough, Vintage Mobile Disco, The Vinyl Social , DJ Retro
More acts and DJs will be announced over the coming months ahead of the festival at the end of July. Expect performances from some of the finest emerging and established left-of-mainstream live acts and DJs, while inner peace and play can be found in anything from comedy to kiddies' discos, chilltime workshops to theatrical wig-outs.
An early bird adult weekend ticket is priced at £79, and a teen (aged 13 to 17 years) is priced at £54, children under 12 can attend free. A campervan pass is priced at £35.
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