Get your wellies out and your straw hat on for a weekend down on the farm like no other this July.
Taking over Gilcombe Farm in Somerset for one weekend at the end of July, Farm Festival is now in its 6th year - and is all set for its biggest year to date.
The independent music festival represents seriously amazing value, at just £35 for a full camping ticket - reduced to just £30 if you get it early.
Headliners for the Friday and Saturday night are Man Like Me and nineties favourites Dodgy, who'll be performing a set of classics and new material 16 years after their legendary performance to a packed out Other Stage down the road at some other Somerset festival.
More breaking talent comes in the shape of Fiction whose ear-worm of a single 'Big Things' was on heavy rotation at BBC 6music. Doyle & the Fourfathers are also booked; a band who headlined the aforementioned radio station's successful 'Save 6music' day. Brighton's Pope Joan and Barcelona's new hottest export Polock will be sharing the main stage on Saturday, both set to breakthrough in 2011.
It's not just breaking guitar bands at this year's Farmfestival; two heavyweight DJs will be headlining consecutive nights in the Farm Festival marquee. Legendary DJ Vadim graces the decks on the Friday with Finger Lickin Records (Krafty Kuts, A-Skillz, The Plump DJs) boss Justin Rushmore, aka Soul Of Man playing the Saturday night. Soul Of Mans string of backbeat classics in the late nineties shaped a whole generation of music makers while DJ Vadim has been at the forefront of hip hop, D&B, reggae and electronica genres since 1994; two DJs whose work cannot be ignored.
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