Boomtown Fair 2017 which happens at Matterley Estate, nr. Winchester, in Hampshire and from Thursday 10th until Sunday 13th August 2017, and has revealed the line-up for the highly theatrical Mayfair district, where you'll find Vintage Remix, Funk & Soul and Electro Swing, while putting consumerism and capitalism under the microscope through the multitude of interactive street venues, walkabout characters and immersive theatre.
The Ballroom mixed 40s jazz with hip hop, dnb, house & techno, with Alice Francis, LMZG (Lamuzgueule), Ginkgoa, Smoove & Turrell, Kansas Smitty's House Band, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, The Ska Vengers, HoneyFeet, The Allergies, DJ Chris Tofu, Brass Off: Dat Brass Vs Bring Your Own Brass, Mr Tea and the Minions, Phil Mac Orchestra, Miss Kiddy, Swingers, Mista Trick (live), 12 Stone Toddler, DJ Hiphoppapotamus, Indian Man, Steamchicken, Crinkle Cuts, Mama Jerk & The Ladyfingers, Smith & The Honey Badgers, World's Tallest DJ, Fandjango, and Swing Patrol - Swing Dance Class.
On the Bandstand there's Hallouminati, Gypsy Unit, Imperial Leisure, Colonel Mustard and Dijon Five, Phat Bollard, Mango Rescue Team, BYOB, Dat Brass, Faith I Branko, Op Sa!, Hardcore Hornography, Jaye and Foe Band, and Binbag Wisdom.
Street-venue Park Hotel has The Massive Soca Takeover feat Jus Now, Dub Boy & Atik2 + AAA Badboy, Laid Blak, Eva Lazarus & The Afronaughts, Chris Munky & Inja, DJ Cheeba, Vibe Roulette, The 45's, Big In Lights, Bring Your Own Brass, DJ Boundary - Swing City, Lounge Cat Ideals, Richard Cordle - Black Pimps On Acid, and Rum Buffalo.
There's too much to name already confirmed for all areas of the festival on a huge number of stages. Check it all out on the Boomtown line-up page.
Tier 3 city residency passes: £195 & ecobond deposit.
Child tickets (aged 12 years and under) are free and can be ordered by anyone 25 or over.
Family car (£20), campervan or caravan or trailer tent passes priced at £80 are also available.
There will also be a £7 booking fee and £10 refundable Eco Bond.
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