The line-up has been revealed for Bearded Theory's Spring Gathering festival which takes place at Catton Hall, in Derbyshire on Bank Holiday weekend from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th May 2019., with the latest additions being Easy Star All Stars who will perform 'Dub Side Of The Moon' in full, and The Sherlocks, as well as others.
They line-up with acts over the weekend including headliners Suede, The Cult, and Doves, along with others including Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul, Editors, Oh Sees, Reef, Steel Pulse, Stiff Little Fingers, Beans on Toast, Skatalites, Idlewild, The Slow Readers Club, The Orb, and many more. For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Alongside a the music, new area Pen and Parchment will showcase comedy, spoken word, band interviews, magicians,and talks from the festival’s chosen 2019 charities, while the Children’s area provides a range of free activities for all ages, including daytime activities, an evening parade, and a campfire.
Michael Eccleshall, Bearded Theory spokesperson says, "We cannot wait to get back to Catton Hall in May for our 12th Bearded Theory. The whole team have been working flat out to bring you another incredible line up, and with The Cult, Suede, Disciples of Soul, Doves, Editors, and hundreds more acts brilliant acts over 4 days, we are confident that we have achieved our goal! We have brought in the UK's very best traffic management company, and introduced a raft of changes to reduce congestion on the roads including: opening festival gates for longer on Thursday, reducing the number of Campervan and Caravan tickets on sale, and clearly marking out all spaces. We want to thank everyone for their continued support of Bearded Theory, and look forward to seeing you in May."
Tickets are on sale, priced as follows:-
Children aged 12-15: £55
Children aged 6-11: £28
Children aged 0-5: FREE but need ticket
Car parking: £12.50
Campervans & Caravans: £37.50
All tickets include camping, and Thursday entry. There are no tickets available on the gate.
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