Many more acts and the stage splits have been revealed for Lindisfarne Festival 2018, which takes place on Beal Farm, in Northumberland from Thursday 30th August to Sunday 2nd September 2018.
Over 75 new acts have been announced for the festival, with them being:- Rob Heron, Ben Catley, Behold A Pale Horse, Esperanza (pictured above), Ladies of Midnight Blue, Junkoactive Wasteman and his Tinphonia, Feed the Elk, La Sonora Boreal, Martha Hill, The Whippet Beans, Whiskey Moon Face, Yasser Kilanny, Raw Vibe (DJ set), Jo Strouzer ft. Joao Mello & Clementine B, John Wilkins, Leonie Evans, Mojo Hand, No Time for Jive, Six Piece Chicken Orchestra, Struggle Buggy, The Brick Thieves, The Corn Shacks, The King Bees, The Often herd, The Teresa Watson Band, Toby Mottershead, Greater Spotted Ceilidh Band, She Choir, Eyeangle Records Sound System, Hayley McKay, JustSo, Laurie Shepherd, Lindsay Walker, Liv'n'g, Pidge, Marty Craggs & Trevor Sewell, Stumblers, Raging Against the Machine, Spring Break, The Lightning Trip, The Whippet Beans, We Tibetans, Aaron Wright, Black Cat Bone, Miracle Glass Company, The Funkerz, Sketchy Beats House Jammers, Burnt Paw, Chloe Whiteman, The Despicables, Futurology, KC Johnston, Hessian Renegade, Jolly Roger, Lindsay Walker, Martina Cannon Ball, Roelle Blue, Werd & Sapphire Notion, Simmons is Old, Steg G & The Freestyle Master, WolfNote, Supa & Da Kryptonites, Victor Pope Band, The Violent Mood Swings, Wormhat, Little Seeds Portavibe HiFi ft. Koala Tea & Bolan, DJ Seduction, Zero B, Earl Grey, DJ Elevate, Footprints Sound System, Fifty Shades of Rave, Hidden Agenda, Lively Up Crew, Mudfood Blaps, Smokey Joe, Pangea Sound System & Crew, Dub Jon, Cram-Dance-Man, Jah Glory, Jeggo, Ms M=Q, Randy Dread, Rootikal Selector, Twin Ting (common unity), Wormd Sound, Zico MC, Zoob, Chris Liberator, Bleephaus, Conrad Scott, Deadrum, Earl Grey, Glyn Wood, Jelly Jels, Kenny Mulligan, Leeroy and Ridla, Paulah, Rogue Squadron, Scot Nicholson, Sharon Common, Static: Mantira & Tokyo Acid Cru, Wlsh, Madchester Sound System DJs, Detroit Social Club (DJ set), Britpop Mania DJs, One Eyed Jack, DJ John Hays (forbidden house), and Gary Wales (acoustic) (phew...)
They join an already extensive line-up, including headliners Levellers and Happy Mondays, as well as The Showhawk Duo, Ferocious Dog, Bombskare, Detroit Social Club, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Hattie Murdoch, Martha Raine, Awry, Tom Mouse Smith, The Skapones, Bessie & The Zinc Buckets, Mickey 9s, Hip Hop Hooray, Dansi, Sea Bass Kid, Have Mercy Las Vegas, Jamie and Shoony, Mad Ferret, The Girobabies, and The Hollows.
Conleth Maenpa, founder of Lindisfarne, commented on the announcement:
"We're absolutely thrilled with our line up and the way things are shaping up for the festival this summer. We really are going all out to give the people what they want. People asked for the Levellers to headline - we're giving them the Levellers! They asked for more blues music, more ska and more fun party bands - we're giving them all that and more - way, way more!
"With the input from an amazing team of creatives, plus all the positive feedback from people who have attended in previous years, Lindisfarne Festival is constantly evolving and growing organically. This year we're adding a new Blues tent called Woody's, which will host some of the region's best Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, Americana, Roots and Soul musicians such as Rob Heron, The King Bees and No Time For Jive. We've also got a quirky outdoor Dubshack that will be churning out reggae & dub beats from a shipwrecked boat! Festivalgoers really will be spoilt for choice when it comes to getting their music fix."
The festival has also announced a number of its food vendors, including Fat Hippo Burgers, Streetzzeria Pizza, Mivesi Indian, Spud Gun Loaded Fries, Nom Nam Asian Street Food, The Beat-Root Cafe, and Ouseburn Coffee Company.
Tickets are on sale currently priced as follows:-
adult Thurs-Sun (inc camping): £95 (full price £105)
adult Fri-Sun (inc camping): £85 (full price £95)
Saturday only (inc camping Saturday night): £59 (full price £65)
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