More acts have been announced for Nozstock - The Hidden Valley, the family-run, family friendly and home-made festival curated by father and daughter Noz & Ella, which takes place at a 17th century farm near Bromyard, in Herefordshire from Friday 21st until Sunday 23rd July 2017.
Newly confirmed acts include The Sugarhill Gang, Hayseed Dixie, Levelz, Ferocious Dog, Goldie Lookin' Chain, The Baghdaddies, Le Galaxie, The Freestylers, and Benny Page, as well as many more. To see all of the new live act and DJ additions, please see the line-up page.
Also new is the Elephant's Grave Stage, with reggae, dub and dancehall by day and From Berlin With Love and Forte curating house and techno by night.
Away from the music there's comedy from Simon Munnery, Tom Ward and Pat Cahill. There’s even more workshops for mini-Nozstockers in Little Wonderland with Music Workshops with Dodgy’s Nigel Clark, Forest School Sessions, including wood-whittling and toasting marshmallows, Meditation and Sound Baths,even the chance to do some baking!
Also announced is a host of acts for Velveteen Valley cabaret, welcoming award-winning developer Alistair Aitcheson with his Incredibly Playful Show, prizes mixed with comedic entertainment from Backyard Bingo, plus burlesque talent with Jolene Dover, Ursula Dares, Flossie Smalls, Jackie Clementines, Jesticular Dancer, Jewelled Personality and The Glitter Kittens. For those who prefer the highbrow, the first names for The Bantam of The Opera Theatre won’t disappoint with panel discussions on The State of The Arts, talks from the likes of Marika McKennell, the return of the mad scientist Andrew Szydlo, and surreal theatre group Hummadruz, plus a BSL workshop with Abbi Brown.
Acts previously confirmed include Seasick Steve, Happy Mondays, General Levy, Ocean Wisdom, Mungo's Hi-Fi, Beans on Toast, Rodney P & Skitz, The Correspondents, Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC, Delta Heavy, Hazard & Eksman, Break headlining a 15 Years of Critical Records showcase, and many more. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
Nozstock is a weekend of escapism, inspiration and enchantment which encompasses everything from pop, ska, folk, funk, hip-hop, drum and bass, house and a whole lot more. This year’s theme of Keepin’ It Surreal will see the farm transformed into a wondrous world of oddities and mystery, with plenty of inspiration for fancy dressers across all ages.
Adult tickets are currently priced at £115 for Friday-Sunday, or £125 for Thursday-Sunday.
Teen tickets are currently priced at £85 for Friday-Sunday, or £95 for Thursday-Sunday.
Children aged 12 years and under are free, but need a ticket.
A car parking pass is priced at £10
Campervan pass is priced at £35.
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