navbar_logoBluedot festival announce science and music festival bill which with headliners yet to be announced includes, Steve Davis, Beth Orton, The Membranes, Tim Burgess, Stephen Morris, Nzca Lines, I Like Trains, Shaun Keaveny, Una Bombers, DJ Cheeba with many more join the bill.

Taking place 22-24 July at Jodrell Bank, the Cheshire observatory at the cutting edge of humanity’s quest for knowledge, bluedot has revealed a host of new live acts, DJs and cultural happenings.

Bluedot is a brand new festival of discovery at Jodrell Bank, the iconic observatory and heart of our quest for knowledge of the cosmos. Bluedot invites you to camp out under the stars, and to explore a stellar programme of music, science, arts, technology, culture, food and film.

Brought to you by the team behind Live From Jodrell Bank. Bluedot’s mission is to entertain and inspire through a full weekend of ground breaking encounters, including performances, DJ sets, comedy, talks, workshops and live experiments.

Six-time World Snooker Champion Steve Davis will be doing his techno set under the name of DJ Thundermuscle. Bizarrely Steve has been gaining many plaudits for his DJ set.

Other acts added are spellbinding synthpop duo Bernard+Edith, dance-rock fusionists Pumarosa, four-piece all-girl rockers The Big Moon, surf-pop maestro Olivier Heim, feted Mancunians Mother, synth sci-fi outfit Nzca Lines, post-rockers I Like Trains, soulful synthpoppers Actor, neo post-punks Cabbage, experimental electronica purveyors worriedaboutsatan, indie four-piece The Spills and cinematic sounds from Phoria.

Full weekend camping and day tickets are now on sale. Weekend tickets start from £129 and day tickets start from £35. Boutique camping starting from £495 & seven course menu provided by Michelin star chef Aiden Byrn in ‘The Restaurant at the end of the Universe’ from £69.

The full bluedot programme will be announced in the coming weeks. More information can be found at:

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