Maximo Park have been announced as the saturday headliners for this year's Leopallooza which takes place at The Wyldes, near Bude, North Cornwall from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017.
Also newly confirmed are Turbowolf, and Son Of Dave, as well as the first DJs for the Treeline & Temple of Boom dance stages, who are Redlight, Stanton Warriors, DJ Barely Legal, and Cornwall's own Hong Kong Ping Pong.
Festival co-founder Sam Dunnett said: "This year’s lineup has got to be one of our best yet. The headliners are sell-out artists in their own right, but with the likes of Redlight on our dance stages, we’ve got the makings of something special."
With over 100 bands and DJs playing across seven stages throughout the weekend. Sam continued: "Our two main stages sit next to each other, which means we’re able to pack the music in with pretty much no changeover time. All you need to do is turn slightly, and the entertainment will be non-stop. As always, we will be making the festival about more than just music. The whole experience is something to behold, and gets better every year. With that in mind, I’m very happy to announce that the dress-up theme for the Saturday will be Run Away with the Circus. Interpret that in whatever way you like!"
Previously confirmed acts include Friday headliner The Cribs, along with Gabrielle Aplin, Clean Cut Kid, Dagny, Flamingods, Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS?, Hello Operator, Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind, Keston Cobblers Club, Paradisia, Pulled Apart By Horses, Rhys Lewis, Seafret, Tiggs Da Author, The Comet Is Coming, The Japanese House, The Modern Strangers, and Trudy and the Romance, Vant, and more. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
The festival will feature seven stages, including two new additions: the Punkomedy stand-up comedy stage, and a platform for the county’s local musical talent supported by BBC Music Introducing in Cornwall. Families and those with young children are well catered for, with a dedicated kids' area and crèche. The 15+ food vendors at the festival will serve a wide variety of menus suitable for all tastes and price ranges.
Tickets are on sale currently priced from £110, including family tickets priced at £230, and Golden Squirrel tickets are priced from £180. Children aged 0-5 years tickets are free, tickets for children aged 6-11 years are £20 with Sunday and student tickets also available.
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