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Bestival 2016 Line Up announced…

Rob Da Bank’s Isle of Wight extravaganza Bestival has announced the line up for 2016. This year the theme is the future so your tin foil outfit ready and book your tickets now…

Bestival | 8-11 September | Robin Hill Country Park | £200 inc booking fee

The Cure - Bestival

THE CURE / MAJOR LAZER / HOT CHIP

PLUS, SUNDAY HEADLINER TO BE ANNOUNCED

WITH MUSIC AND DJ SETS FROM:

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE / AURORA / BASTILLE / BEATY HEART  

BENJAMIN DAMAGE / BICEP / THE BLACK MADONNA / BODHI PRESENTS ROOTS

CARAVAN PALACE / CRAIG DAVID’S TS5 / DAMIAN ‘JR. GONG’ MARLEY  

DAVID RODIGAN MBE PRESENTS RAM JAM / EATS EVERYTHING / ESKIMO DANCE / GHOSTPOET / HOSPITALITY PRESENTS… / THE HUMAN LEAGUE / JAGWAR MA  KATY B / KITTY, DAISY & LEWIS / KREPT & KONAN / KURUPT FM / LOYLE CARNER  / MØ / PETITE MELLER / RICHIE HAWTIN / RIDE / SHY FX’S PARTY ON THE MOON / SKEPTA / SKREAM / SLAMBOREE TOURIST / WOLF ALICE / YEARS & YEARS

Future swashbuckler Rob da Bank says:

“It’s not all about the headliners, as we know, so I’m super-pleased to have acts as diverse as Hot Chip, Years and Years, Animal Collective and Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley, through to the hottest DJs Kurupt FM and the Black Madonna. This is just the start of the trip – see you in The Future!”

Book Bestival tickets now online here

ps. Don’t forget you can spread the cost of the ticket with Bestival’s ground breaking weekly payment plan for just £5.50 a week! Spreading the cost across 30 weeks, an initial £25 deposit payment (plus booking fees and p&p), followed by 29 weekly payments of around £5, gets you a ticket for the same price as paying in one go.

This offer is only available online from their official ticket partner Ticketline: www.ticketline.co.uk/bestival-tickets

Who would you like to be the Bestival Sunday headliner (not yet announced)? Leave a comment below with your pick!

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.