Bestival Fancy Dress Theme and Koko Line Up

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Bestival Fancy Dress Theme and Koko Line Up

Bestival have announced its fancy dress theme for this years festival and Camden's Koko night line up

With just over two weeks to go until March 19th when all good Bestival-ites descend upon Camden, to take over KOKO and party the night away at this exclusive annual London bash, we can reveal not only the sumptuous line-up of musical goodies but also the hotly debated Bestival Fancy Dress theme for 2011!

The theme is 'Rock Stars, Pop Stars and Divas'. 

Rob da Bank says: ‘Dressing up and escapism has always been a big part of Bestival and our faithful crew are mega inventive to the point of eccentricity!  This year’s theme of Rock Stars, Pop Stars and Divas should give everyone enough ideas to really let rip with some outrageous, weird and downright flamboyant outfits. There are no excuses! Having said that i hope everyone doesn’t take it too literally – I’d love to see some Frank Zappas, Captain Beefhearts, Skream and Bengas or a Karen Carpenter as much as the better known faces. This has got to be a great opportunity for some group action too! Personally it’s a toss-up between Dolly Parton and Prince… could make for an interesting outfit!’

Along with all the dressing up shenanigans we’re exceptionally excited to announce that Bestival favourites Kitty Daisy & Lewis will be topping the bill at this exclusive London Shindig at KOKO on March 19th.

Other top names playing at this one off bash include The Cuban Brothers, Yaaks, Ghostpoet, Skinny Lister, Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer. DJ's dropping some explosive beats and a mix of music genre are Rob da Bank, Sombrero Sound System and Greg's Greats.

Another Bestival line up annoucement is expected to be made very soon.

Bestival is an award winning 4 day boutique music festival set at Robin Hill an amazing leafy park location. Toppin the bill this year are the iconic Cure with there only European performance for 2011. Other big acts for this year are Brian Wilson, Primal Scream and many more acts spread across 14 stages.

Published on 03 March 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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