Sleaford Mods to play Nozstock

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Sleaford Mods to play Nozstock

Okay, this isn’t happening in Liverpool, but we also like to raise your attention to lovely things going on outside of the city, and Nozstock is just that.Nozstock the hidden valley

The beautiful festival, set on an intimate fully working farm in the rolling Hertfordshire countryside, reaches its 21st year this year as one of the country’s longest running events.

It’s an odyssey of discovery, enchantment and adventure unlike anything else in the UK. The Nosworthy family curate one of the finest portfolios of music and arts, with a huge focus on keeping families entertained in the Little Wonderland Kids’ Area. There’s incredible attention to detail at every turn, across long lazy days and energetic nights.

They have just revealed the next wave of artists joining them across 18th – 21st July.

Coming in straight off the back of an extensive UK tour, the Sleaford Mods will undoubtedly put on a powerful show on the farm, headlining The Orchard. The electronic punk duo use minimalist beats, humour, and a lot of strong language to shine a light on the shortcomings of contemporary Britain and modern life.

Other new additions Soeur, V.C Pines and The Stone Jets join the existing line up of Rudimental (DJ set), Soul II Soul, The Skatalites, David Rodigan, Hollie Cook and many more.

Nozstock is a gloriously eccentric and decadently off-kilter brain-shift with incredible detail and entertainment at every turn. A small festival with a big heart which continues to chart its own path, far away from commercialism and following the flock.

Nozstock transcends the classic festival experience, creating its own sense of community and escapism for a few precious days.

Nozstock The Hidden Valley
Thursday 18th – Sunday 21st July 2019
@ Rowden Paddocks, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4LST

Tier 4 tickets currently on sale £135-145. Payment by instalments available.
Teens aged 13-17 £110-110. Children 12 and under free. www.nozstock.com

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