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25 March 2013

The Hop Farm Music Festival 2013 announce My Bloody Valentine

The Hop Farm Music Festival 2013 My Bloody Valentine
The Hop Farm Music Festival, Kent’s number one festival, will be take place on the 5th
and 6th July 2013. The festival will offer two days of music for up to 10,000 people. Headliners have been announced as: My Bloody Valentine (exclusive festival show England and Wales) and Rodriguez.

Also announced for the Kent festival - The Horrors, Jimmy Cliff, The Cribs, First Aid Kit, Dinosaur Jr, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, Martha Wainwright,  Edwyn Collins, Little Comets, Dry The River, The Staves, The Black Angels, Friends, Veronica Falls, Toy, Gaz Coombes, Tall Ships, Marcus Foster, Theme Park, Jack
Savoretti, Cass McCombs, Sean Rowe, Wolf People, We Were Evergreen, Public
Service Broadcasting, Temples, The Sheepdogs, Post War Years, Jesca Hoop,
Concrete Knives, Luke Sital-Singh, Ben Caplan, Sweet Baboo, Drenge, Teleman, Sinkane, Paws, J Roddy Walston and The Business, Pales Seas, Syd Arthur, Washington
Irving, Shields, Trevor Moss And Hannah Lou, The History Of Apple Pie, Acollective, Jess
Roberts & The Silver Rays, Pyramids, Alba Lua, Ligers and Sally Archer
. More acts are
to be announced.

Vince Power commented, “I am pleased to announce the sixth Hop Farm line up this
year, which includes headliners My Bloody Valentine, exclusive to the Hop Farm Festival, off the back of their much awaited new album. Plus I’m excited to add international folk legend Rodriguez to the bill this year. Searching for Sugar Man, has  just won an Academy Award and a BAFTA, so this is a very special year to welcome him to the Hop Farm. Last year has been tough for me, as it has been across the  board for the festival market. I wanted to keep the festival going, but I’ve had to  make changes for it to continue.”

The festival will feature its three stages – Main Stage, The Wild Wood and Oast House
stages as well as the The Shindig stage in the Campsite. Buskers Boulevard is to return
as well new features The Campsite Choir, Marching Bands, Fun Fair and Children’s
Area. Audiences can see some great-established acts and well as emerging musical
talents that festival fans won’t always get the opportunity to see elsewhere. The Hop
Farm maintains its original 70s festival feel with its roots firmly set in creating a great
atmosphere. The festival will have a capacity of 10,000 this year allowing the organisers to remain committed to delivering a fantastic weekend of music whilst maintaining their No Sponsorship/Branding.

Weekend tickets will go on sale Monday 25th March at 9am. The festival will introduce
a new *family ticket and will continue to offer the popular **teenage ticket:

Weekend (no camping) £110
Weekend (Camping) £135
Family Weekend (no camping) £280
Family Weekend (camping) £340
Teenage Weekend (no Camping) £70
Teenage Weekend (camping) £95
Day Friday 5th £65
Day Saturday 6th £65
Family Day £195
Teenager Day £35

Weekend Campervan £70Disabled Tickets – are full price, carer goes free.
Children – 13 and under go free (a ticket must be allocated)
*Family tickets – includes 2 adults and 2 teenagers
**Teenage - 14-18yrs old (ID must be produced)
For Tickets go to: http://hopfarmfestival.com//tickets/online
Powers Bar (www.powersbar.co.uk please hyperlink) are selling tickets at face value,
cash only.

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