Camp Bestival

Thu 25 - Sun 28 Jul 2019

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Jess Glynne

Jess Glynne

Is the second ever female solo artist ever to achieve five number one singles in the UK, Jess Glynne is one of modern pop's most successful story. Her modern take on classic soul in the current pop landscape has seen her appeal across generations and as such her debut record I Cry When I Laugh debuted at number one on the UK albums charts.

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Sister Sledge

Sister Sledge

Sister Sledge entered the industry in 1973 when they announced "Mama Never Told Me / Neither One of Us (Want's to Be the First to Say Goodbye)". Over the years they've come a long way, coming back in 2010 with "Lost in Music (Dimitri From Paris 12" Remixes)". They will be touring soon, with shows in London, Henley on Thames and East Lulworth.

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The Human League

The Human League

One of the pioneers of commercial electronic music, The Human League, were one of the most successful groups in the 80's following their 1981 album Dare. Their avant-garde roots now long behind them, the band specialise in accessible and danceable synthscapes which has led to over 20 million album sales world wide. Though Philip Oakey is the only remaining original member, long standing members Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley have helpd him turn The Human League into one of the most end...

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Adrian Sherwood

Adrian Sherwood

Adrian Sherwood found his beginning in 2003 when he released "Never Trust A Hippy". Following that he has flourished as an artist, delivering more music in 2017 with "Man Vs. Sofa".

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Ash

Ash

One of the biggest runaway success stories of the 90s, Ash were second only to Muse in the UK power trio stakes. With an overnight success of a debut record and near bankruptcy on their second, the band have had their ups and downs and those included one silver, two gold and two platinum selling albums in the UK. Currently riding a wave of good natured nostalgia, the band are still on fine form.

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Beans On Toast

Beans On Toast

Jay McAllister first rose to prominence as a folk music act in 2005 under the moniker of Beans on Toast, opening the Glastonbury Festival that year and every year since. In 2008 he supported Kate Nash at her Hammersmith Apollo show, and released a 50 track debut album 'Standing On a Chair' in 2009. The album was produced by Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons, and features vocals by Emmy The Great, Frank Turner and more.

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Black Grape

Black Grape

Black Grape entered the industry in 1995 when they unveiled "In the Name of the Father". Throughout they've established themselves in music, coming back in 2017 with "I Wanna Be Like You (radio edit)". They will be going on tour soon, with shows in Glasgow, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

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Broken Brass Ensemble

Clint Boon

Clint Boon

Clint Boon first came to be in 1998 when he announced "Only One Way I Can Go". He will be touring soon, with shows in Leeds, Nottingham and Manchester.

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David Rodigan

David Rodigan

In 1983 Rodigan returned to Jamaica to do a series of broadcasts for Capital. There he met Barry Gordon, a popular Jamaican radio DJ who invited him because he plays music. Barry G is still amazed by Rodigan's devotion to the history of reggae and his willingness to learn the history and origin of a song.

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DJ Yoda

DJ Yoda

DJ Yoda began in 2001 with "DJ Yoda's How to Cut & Paste: Mix Tape, Volume 1". Over the years he has flourished as an artist, delivering more music in 2015 with "Breakfast of Champions". He will be going on tour soon, with shows in Brighton, Manchester and Glasgow.

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Dub Pistols

Dub Pistols

Dub Pistols entered the industry in 1996 when they revealed "There’s Gonna Be a Riot". In the time since they've developed a strong following, after returning in 2017 with "Crazy Diamonds". They will be touring the country soon, with shows in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Huddersfield and Cambridge.

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Goldie

Goldie

Clifford Joseph Price, MBE, better known by his stage name Goldie, is an English musician, DJ, visual artist and actor from Walsall.

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Goldie Lookin Chain

Grandmaster Flash

Grandmaster Flash

Rap DJ pioneer, Grandmaster Flash, was a member of groundbreaking hip-hop group Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. Born in Barbados in 1958, Joseph Saddler, aka Grandmaster Flash, was raised in the Bronx, New York. He started DJing as a teen and earned the nickname "Flash" for his quick hands. Notable releases included the singles, "The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel" and "The Message," which has been hailed as one of the first rap so...

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Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson

Growing up in New Brighton on Mersyside, Greg Wilson is a DJ and producer associated with both the early 80's electro scene in Manchester and the current disco re-edit movement. Growing up Wilson lived above his family's pub, which had two function rooms where he'd witness the mobile disco featuring I a weekly basis. Wilson reignited his DJ career 20 years on from his retirement As his popularity increased, he appeared throughout the UK, Europe and the world, gaining newfound followers from ...

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The Wailers

The Wailers

Following the death of the legendary Bob Marley, Bob Marley & the Wailers simply became The Wailers. Since 1981 they have continued to tour the world heavily, releasing three more albums: 'I.D.', 'Majestic Warriors' and 'JAH Message'.

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Morcheeba

Morcheeba

Morcheeba entered the scene in 1996 after revealing "Never an Easy Way". Following that they've established themselves in music, after returning in 2014 with "Make Believer (Remixes)".

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Napalm Death

Napalm Death

Napalm Death entered the industry in 1987 when they unveiled "Scum". Following that they've developed a strong following, having returned in 2015 with "The Mission Creep".

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Nina Nesbitt

Nina Nesbitt

You’ve probably already heard a little about Nina Nesbitt, seeing as she is the subject of three Ed Sheeran songs, “Nina”, “Photograph” and “Friends”. As Nesbitt was starting out on her own musical career, the Scottish singer asked Sheeran for advice and instead got an invitation to support him on tour.

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Rick Witter

Rob Da Bank

Stanton Warriors

Stanton Warriors

Stanton Warriors first hit the scene in 2000 with "Da Virus". In the time since they've grown into their own, bringing out more music in 2015 with "Keep It Movin’".

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The Correspondents

The Correspondents

British duo, The Correspondents, have gained a reputation in the electro swing scene since their formation in 2007. The pair mix jazz, swing, modern electro and drum'n'bass. Made up by the flamboyant frontman Mr.Bruce, and DJ Chucks, the duo have been described as the Kings of Hip Hop swing.

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The Cuban Brothers

The Cuban Brothers

The Cuban Brothers first came to be in 2013 when they revealed "Yo Bonita". They will be touring the country soon, with shows in Cambridge, Edinburgh and Exeter.

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Utah Saints

Utah Saints

Utah Saints first emerged in 1991 with their first release "What Can You Do for Me". Over the years they've grown into their own, after returning in 2012 with "What Can You Do For Me".

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Vengaboys

Vengaboys

Vengaboys entered the scene in 1997 when they announced "Parada De Tettas". In the time since they've grown into their own, coming back in 2014 with "2 Brazil!". They will be touring the country soon, with shows in Manchester, Edinburgh and East Lulworth.

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A Guy Called Gerald

A Guy Called Gerald

A Guy Called Gerald first hit the scene in 1988 with "Voodoo Ray". Over the years he has grown into his own, bringing out more music in 2013 with "Silent Sound Spread Spectrum".

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House Gospel Choir

Lewis Capaldi


About

Known as the UK's best family festival, Camp Bestival is back again on the beautiful grounds of Dorset's Lulworth Castle with an incredible line-up and fun-filled weekend fit to satisfy all ages. Since it's debut over a decade ago, Camp Bestival has won several awards for its achievements as a family orientated festival, continually offering a varied programme of music, comedy, theatre, spoken word, arts, science, circus workshops and more alongside its dedicated youth areas, The Den and the Kids Gardens. The former will offer its own music lineup and all kinds of activities to keep the 13-17s entertained, whilst the Kids Gardens are perfect for those littler ones to enjoy, with a vintage fairground, face painting and an insect circus.


Good to know

  Child Friendly

  Fairground

  Comedy tent

  Live Theatre

  Art Workshops

  Spoken Word

  Science Workshops