5 more acts have been revealed for this year's Leopallooza which takes place at The Wyldes, near Bude, North Cornwall from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July 2018.
Event co-founder Sam Dunnett commented on the announcement:
"The Treeline is a mainstay here at Leopallooza, a big crowd favourite, and more recently so is The Hong Kong Ping Pong Club, which was formerly the Temple of Boom yet promises to be even more awesome this year. Both these areas attract big crowds who love nothing more than getting a sweat on to some exceptional dance music. So to have established legends such as Roni Size and Marshall Jefferson, as well as up and coming legends like A.Skillz, The Nextmen and Radio 1 DJ Monki all heading down to play this year is honestly mind-blowing. I'm not a big dancer but even I might get amongst it this year! It builds on a line up that for us just gets more and more exciting plus there are still lots of announcements yet to come. 2018 could be a vintage year for Leopallooza."
Previously confirmed for the festival are Saturday headliner Kelis, Sunday headliner St Paul and The Broken Bones, as well as:- Rat Boy, The Go! Team, Tom Grennan, IDLES, Electric Swing Circus, King No-One, Dead!, Kiko Bun, Oh My God! It's The Church, Bad Nerves, Bryde, Estrons, Gris De Lin, Her's, Husky Loops, Kier, Laurel, Life, Park Hotel, Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi, Super Hans, Swedish Death Candy, The Lightning Year, and Trudy and the Romance.
New for this year is comedy area The Funny Side, featuring Russell Kane, Josh Widdicombe, and many more comedians still to be announced.
More acts are still to be revealed, including the Friday headliner.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
Adult weekend: £100
Student weekend: £75
Child (6-11) weekend: £20
Child (0-5) weekend: FREE but ticket is needed.
Family weekend (2x2): £210
Adult Sunday : £45
Family Sunday (2x2): £95
Child (6-11) weekend: £10
Car Parking: £5
All weekend tickets include free camping. Sunday day tickets also include free camping for the Sunday night.
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