Beautiful Days Announce Main Stages

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House Of Pain

American hip hop trio HOUSE OF PAIN featuring rapper Everlast, Danny Boy and DJ Lethal, famous for hits including the impossibly infectious single 'Jump Around', will play the Main Stage on Friday night at Beautiful Days.

Urban/world collective fronted by Nahko - an Oregon-native born a mix of Apache, Puerto Rican and Filipino cultures NAHKO AND MEDICINE FOR THE PEOPLE will play their first ever UK show on the festival's Big Top Stage. We're also delighted to welcome back festival favourites and folk legends OYSTERBAND for The Big Top Stage plus BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards nominees WILDWOOD KIN.

Acts for the outdoor The Band Stand stage include Athene Roberts & Tim Ashton (from 3 Daft Monkeys), The Bar Steward Sons of Val Doonican, Steve Pottinger, Luke Daniels, John Robb in conversation with Special Guests, Gilli Bloodaxe, Phatt Blooard, O'Shea & O'Gaukroger, STEViE One Bloke One Mandolin, Natalie Shay, Drumscapes, Hyde & Beast, King Size Slim, Maelor Hughes, Glenn Hodge Banned, Under a Banner, Parsons Lot, Sweet Chunks Band plus Open Mic Sessions and the 2015 Fancy Dress Competition.

They join acts already announced for the 2015 festival including headliners Dropkick Murphys, Happy Monday and Levellers plus Gogol Bordello, Idlewild, The Dhol Foundation, Katzenjammer, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, Jack Savoretti, Wilko Johnson, Eddi Reader, Rich Hall's Hoedown and loads more.

The Levellers' Garden-Themed Beautiful Days has no corporate sponsorship or branding and does not advertise. The festival takes place at Escot Park in Devon with six stages, site art, a huge children’s area, comedy, theatre, family camping, licensed real ale bars from Otter Brewery & a great choice of food and craft stalls.

Published on 11 May 2015 by Ben Robinson

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