Arrested Development And More For Boardmasters 2015

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Boardmasters 2015

Arrested Development, Catfish And The Bottlemen and Seasick Steve plus 21 other artists have been announced as the next wave of acts to play Boardmasters 2015.

They will be joining headliners Bastille, Rudimental and Faithless when Boardmasters returns to the beautiful Cornish coastline from Wednesday 5 August to Sunday 9 August. 

Heading to the main stage will be Grammy Awards winners Arrested Development, the UK’s most exciting new indie four piece Catfish And The Bottlemen, festival favourite Seasick Steve, hotly tipped singer / songwriter Rae Morris, Scottish synth-pop band Prides, Australian singer (and keen surfer) Kim Churchill and Liverpool’s rising indie-rockers, Circa waves
Just announced for the picturesque The Point stage are Eton Messy, a DJ collective making waves in the garage/bass music scene, The Magician, Low Steppa, Monki, Waze & Odyssey, T.Williams plus Apres, Disciples, Doorly, Grades, Illyus & Barrientos, Jax Jones, Just Kiddin, Lxury, Marquis Hawkes, SG Lewis, and Weiss.

As well as Bastille, Rudimental and Faithless, performances across the weekend will also come from already announced Clean Bandit, De La Soul Live, Duke Dumont, Nick Mulvey, Lower Than Atlantis, Reef, MNEK, Sunset Sons, DJ EZ and The Darkness with loads more acts still to be revealed across seven stages.

Cornwall’s own surf and music festival is five days of thrilling surf competition at Fistral Beach finished off with the explosive live music on the stunning headland, Watergate Bay.  New for 2015, Boardmasters camping at Watergate Bay has now been extended and will open from Wednesday 5 August, meaning surf fans, beach bunnies and music lovers won’t have to miss a single day of the festival. 

Published on 01 March 2015 by Wayne Feltham

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