By The Sea Festival, which takes place at the refurbished Dreamland Margate, in Margate, Kent, over the weekend of Friday 29th September until Sunday 1st October 2017 has announced more acts and fringe activities for over the weekend.
On Saturday afternoon the Acoustic Stage is hosted at Margate Museum, with a bi;ll including musician and Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed, solo artist and SBTRKT collaborator Denai Moore, Domino Records’ singer-songwriter Seamus Fogarty, Sweet Baboo who has just released his new album ‘Wild Imagination’, and Rozi Plain.
Nearby is the Draft House Stage, with Snapped Ankles, Jen Cloher, Scotti Brains, and Barbarossa on the Saturday, and on Sunday there's Trudy and the Romance, Annie Hart, and The Rhythm Method. Added to the the main stage is new duo Sons of Raphael.
In addition the multi-functional Cliffs Records on Northdown Road featuring guest DJs (including Metronomy, amongst others) spinning records over brunch on both weekend mornings. There will also be after-party events happening in venues across town which will be announced very shortly.
By The Sea has headliners of Everything Everything on Friday, Metronomy on Saturday, and The Libertines on Sunday, plus British Sea Power, Marika Hackman, Girl Ray, Flamingods, and more, with more to be announced. For all of the details so far including day and stage splits please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale priced at £82.50 for all three days.
Two-day tickets for any two days are also be available, priced at £67.50 for Saturday and Sunday, £47.50 for Friday and Saturday, and £54.50 for Friday and Sunday.
Day tickets are priced at £20 for the Friday, £32.50 for the Saturday, and £39.50 for the Sunday.
Extra entertainments include Dreamland fairground rides, dodgem DJ sets, Record Market, Margate Museum acoustic sessions, daytime events and after-parties across Margate Old Town and on the Main Sands.
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