Bearded Theory Festival confirm line-up for 2013
Bearded Theory Festival has today confirmed the full line up for 2013âs instalment of their award winning event.
Held in the magnificent grounds of Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire the festival has been picking up awards by the armful since its inception â an idea that grew out of a Birthday party in a pub car park just 6 years ago! The festival is run entirely by volunteers and people with no previous festival management experience â it is this grass roots honesty that has made the festival one of the must attend events of summer calendar.
2013 will be no different and with a line up that includes;
Levellers, Reverend & The Makers, Asian Dub Foundation, Seth Lakeman, Goldblade, Stiff Little Fingers, New Model Army, Neds Atomic Dustbin, Macka B, The Quireboys, The Farm, Karine Polwart, Ezio, Citizen Fish, Ahab, Maroon Town, Far Cue, Buster Shuffle, Gallon Drunk, and New Groove Formation. Boot Hill All Stars, The Zen Hussies, The Caezars Tankus, The Henge, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing ft. Andy Heintz, along with Pussycat & Dirty Johnsons, Andrew O’Neil, Bootscraper, Bakseats, The Membranes, Frenzy, Sunday Driver, and 18 Nightmares at the Lux
Friday 17th May â Main Stage Headliners: Reverend & The Makers
Sat 18th May â Main Stage Headliners: Asian Dub Foundation
Sun 19th May â Main Stage Headliners: Levellers
Tornado Town is the festivalâs 2nd stage and will host Gallon Drunk, The Membranes, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing and adrenaline filled rock n roll band Pussycat & Dirty Johnsons.
The Magical Sounds Dance Stage will once again be pumping out the heavy beats and they have produced another stunning line up which includes A Guy Called Gerald, and The Egg
Bearded Theory has also confirmed details of a number of exciting changes for 2013. These include a new late night Cabaret Tent located in the expanded Camping area, a new location and PA for The Waters Edge acoustic stage,
Tickets are on sale now â the previous four years have sold out well in advance of the festival – Â£79 (Adults), Â£40 (Under 16âs), Â£10 (Under 12âs) and Under 5`s are free (ticket is still required).