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The Jim Jones Revue, Vintage Trouble, Adrian Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds, Foreign Beggars, CW Stoneking, Toddla T, The Wurzels, The Correspondents, Andy C, Netsky, Sonic Boom Six, Spunge, Catch-it Kebabs, DC Breaks, Alix Perez, Resp, Borgore, Icicle, MC GQ, MC Serocee, Laid Blak, Tako Lako, MC Remidy, Dub Mafia, Jazzsteppa, Dr Meaker, The Anomalies, Dub Boy, Tribe Of Frog, Amoss, Octo Pi, Sonny Wharton, The Misers, Zebedy Rays, Galanstra, BDN:420, We Steal Thieves, Nicholas Stephenson, Stagecoach, Ricky Cool and the Hoola Boola Boys, Sashi and the Wild Beans, Robbie Boyd Band, Folie Ordinair, Capac, Billy Whizz, Dex, Scubaroots, Ragtime Ewan, Dog Section, Boatbar To Hamburg, No Thee No Ess, Peter Bruntnell, Maria Owen, Scott Midlane, Ryan James, Benin City, The Gentle Sea, Kentish Fire, Natalie Coleman, Ed Jones, Samantha Blackburn, The Stowaways, Magic Polar Bears, This Is Ty Nila & The Rajas, James Page, Kal Lavelle.
“A rural slice of English eccentricity” Russell Howard
“Nozstock is the best festival of its size in the UK” Phill Jupitus and The Blockheads
NOZSTOCK: THE HIDDEN VALLEY
29th – 31st JULY 2011
Location: The Farm, Rowden Paddocks, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4LS
BRAND NEW WEBSITE: http://www.nozstock.com/
BUY TICKETS: http://www.nozstock.com/tickets/buy-online/
Adult Advanced Weekend Tickets £75.00
Adult & Young Teen Bundle (13-16 yrs old) £130.00
Child Ticket (12 and under) FREE
Camper Van/Live in Vehicle Pass £28.00
Car Parking Pass Advanced Full Weekend £5.00
Car Parking Pass On-the-day Full Weekend £10.00
THE JIM JONES REVUE – VINTAGE TROUBLE - ADRIAN EDMONDSON + THE BAD SHEPHERDS - FOREIGN BEGGARS – CW STONEKING – TODDLA T – THE WURZELS - THE CORRESPONDENTS – ANDY C – NETSKY – SONIC BOOM SIX - SPUNGE – CATCH-IT KEBABS – DC BREAKS – ALIX PEREZ – RESO - BORGORE – ICICLE – MC GQ – MC SEROCEE – LAID BLAK – TAKO LAKO - MC REMIDY – DUB MAFIA - JAZZSTEPPA – DR MEAKER – THE ANOMALIES - DUB BOY – TRIBE OF FROG – AMOSS – OCTO PI – SONNY WHARTON – THE MISERS - ZEBEDY RAYS – GALANASTRA - BSN:420 – WE STEAL THIEVES - NICHOLAS STEPHENSON – STAGECOACH – RICKY COOL AND THE HOOLA BOOLA BOYS - SASHI AND THE WILD BEANS – ROBBIE BOYD BAND – FOLIE ORDINAIRE – CAPAC - BILLY WHIZZ – DEX – SCUBAROOTS – RAGTIME EWAN – DOG SECTION - BOATBAR TO HAMBURG – NO THEE NO ESS – PETER BRUNTNELL – MARIA OWEN - SCOTT MIDLANE – RYAN JAMES – BENIN CITY – THE GENTLE SEA – KENTISH FIRE - THE STOWAWAYS – MAGIC POLAR BEARS – THIS IS TY NILA & THE RAJAS - JAMES PAGE – KAL LAVELLE
Jim Jones Revue are one of the hottest bands on the up. They have been described by Mojo as "deranged rock 'n' roll" reminiscent of the Stooges. Their album, Burn Down Your House, has been getting recent media attention but it's live where this band excels. They're joined by Adrian Edmondson + The Bad Shepherds who've garnered excellent reviews for their folk-style reworking of classic songs such as Down in the Tube Station at Midnight. With a skillful array of multi-instrumentalists they'll be a "must-see" at Nozstock.
C.W. Stoneking is an American-Australian who defies time and place with his Deep South Blues, having already claimed an appearance on 'Later Live With Jools.'Foreign Beggars, recently nominated for Best European Hip Hop Act at the 2010 Urban Music Awards will be playing their bassline grooves. And, The Wurzels are a perfect accompaniment to cider and hog roast as the sun sets over The Hidden Valley on Sunday evening, completing one of Nozstock's most diverse and exciting line-ups yet with many more acts still to unveil.
There'll be even more exciting confirmations soon when the comedy line up is revealed. Here's a tasty teaser for you though; The Stephen Frost Impro All-Stars will be returning to grace The Hidden Valley with their top notch witty banter.
For those of you new to Nozstock: The Hidden Valley, the site offers eight stages landscaped around a ramshackle Tudor farmhouse in the centre of the festival site. Three live outdoor stages, the Orchard, Garden & Bandstand host good rollicking big name party bands, eclectic bounce-inducing artists and experimental electro-acoustica from diverse and unsigned artists.
The converted cowsheds include the Cubicles, sub-thumping drum 'n' bass and dubstep, to be found aside the Bullpen, knees-up housey beats and alternative dance. The Coppice's luminous sounds from veterans of psytrance Tribe of Frog are the blissful converse to the Bantam of the Opera Theatre which explores another world with live performance, workshops and after-dark experimental cabaret while Laughing Stock bills prime-time comedians and up-and-comers, providing raucous chuckles and proper belly rumbles. You can also catch a late night short film or music video from the mesmerising screenings on offer in the Cinetent.
Shenanigans for the mini-festivaler occur off the beaten track and over the bridge where the Dingle is programmed with workshops aplenty and theatrical splendor, where opportunities abound to get interactive and remember how to play like only kids know how.
Nozstock's home-grown bars will continue to offer the Wye Valley's favourite brew Butty Bach, local Kingston Rosey & Press ciders... the usual spirits, lagers, wines and homemade cocktails, embellished with our own special ingredients. We try to keep as close to pub prices as we can.
Remember the theme for this year's event is 'Twisted Carnival' - dress up in the brightest, eye-catching outfits you can procure. The theme should inspire all sorts of warped imaginations. Be bold, be free, be you! And you can even join in with our main stage fashion show on Saturday!
FOOD AND DRINK
As always, Nozstock's home-grown bars will offer the Wye Valley's favourite brew Butty Bach, local Kingston & Olivers' Rosey & Press ciders and perrys... the usual spirits, lagers, wines and homemade cocktails, embellished with our own special ingredients. We try to keep as close to pub prices as we can.
Food will be sourced locally where possible. An eclectic mix from around the world to stimulate the taste buds. For carnivores there'll be the delicious Hog on the Spit, tasty burgers and there's healthy vegan and veggie options too.
And those of you who are a little camping-shy can book your boutique experience with Hotel Bell Tents. Tiff and her crew will create a home away from home… and the room service ain't bad either. If your idea of a proper festival experience is sleeping in comfort and not having to forgo those cosmopolitan habits then book yourself in for a truly glamorous
Nozstock 2011. We won't tell your friends that you didn't rough it properly… Check out Hotel Bell Tent's website now to book your boutique experience.
Gates open at 10am from Friday 29th July. Shuttle services will be on offer from local town Bromyard and to and from Hereford and Worcester before and after the festival.
DON'T FORGET WE'VE ALSO GOT
· New roads after the year of rain; so easy on and offsite access.
· New beefy sound system in the Cubicles for the dnb & dubstep.
· Nozstock Supermarche selling all useful supplies for the festival camper.
· Official Merchandise (hoodies, tshirts, lighters, programmes).
· Workshops - free standing, comedy, theatre, arts & crafts, kids...
· Arts & craft area with sculptures.
· Little Wonderland Kids' Area - all weekend entertainment for 12s and under.
· Jamming round the wood fire.
In essence, Nozstock: The Hidden Valley is your chance to romp throughout a weekend of guilt-free debauchery and indulge in a medley of eye-opening encounters.
If you’re inspired, enthusiastic and up for a challege then Nozstock wants to hear from you! As Herefordshire’s favourite homegrown boutique festival we’re seeking talented volunteers to support the creation and ongoing improvement of this diverse and innovative event with the community at its heart.
Apply here - http://www.nozstock.com/get-involved/join-the-team/
ARTISTS AND TRADERS APPLY HERE - http://www.nozstock.com/get-involved/artists-traders/
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