Fast rising, folk/punk artist Frank Turner and French ska outfit Babylon Circus are the final acts to be added to the 20th anniversary Larmer Tree Festival line-up.
After touring around the globe, Frank Turner will be making a stop at the Victorian Larmer Tree Gardens on Thursday 15th July. He is known for his witty, observational and often heartfelt lyrics and will make a special appearance before Robert Cray on the festival’s main stage. After supporting the likes of Biffy Clyro, The Offspring and The Gaslight Anthem, Frank embarked upon his own sold-out tour of the UK. This year be taking his passionate live show across the world.
French ten-piece Babylon Circus have also just been confirmed to perform at this year’s Larmer Tree Festival, bringing the main stage to a close on Saturday 17th July. Musical menagerie Babylon Circus produce an infectious fusion of ska, reggae, punk, jazz and swing.
Previously announced headline acts for this year’s celebration include Toots and the Maytals, Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with special guest Alison Moyet, Martha Wainwright, Robert Cray, Toumani Diabaté and Newton Faulkner. In addition to the musical line-up, Larmer Tree Festival also hosts an intimate comedy club, which will this year feature the likes of Russell Howard, Rich Hall and David O’Doherty. There are loads of other attractions for all ages, including a carnival procession, 150 free workshops, theatre and talks, site art and a dedicated kids’ zone.
Larmer Tree Festival 2010
Larmer Tree Gardens, Wiltshire/Dorset border
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