James Vincent McMorrow has been announced as the Saturday headliner for the eighth Barn On The Farm Festival which takes place from Thursday 29th until Sunday 2nd July 2017 at Over Farm Market, Over, in Gloucestershire, with camping available until Monday.
Also newly confirmed today are The Japanese House, The Big Moon, Zak Abel, Benjamin Booker, The Magic Gang, Black Honey, Flyte, Prides, Ady Suleiman, Bad Sounds, Arlissa, Island, High Tyde, Elli Ingram, Rhys Lewis, Novo Amor, Dan Owen, Sam Fender, and Lowes.
These jouin the acts previously confirmed, which includes Sunday headliner Tom Odell, along with Sundara Karma, Amber Run, Lucy Rose, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Rationale, Dagny, Joseph, Liv Dawson, Tom Grennan, Seramic, The Beach, Youngr, OUTLYA, and more, with many more acts are still to be announced. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
The festival is an intimate, folk-orientated music festival held in several barns. Started in 2010 as a small venture, the festival has gained a reputation as a place you will see the next big thing, and bridges the boundary between the mainstream festivals and your typical village hall shenanigans. There's even some secret campfire sets by some of the performers.
Tickets for Saturday and Sunday only - other options have already sold out - are available priced at £110 (Including camping Saturday – Monday).
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