Blissfields Confirms Next Wave Of Acts Including Guillemots

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These new additions join acts such as headliners Noisettes and Patrick Wolf (performing a special grand piano acoustic set), Spector, Man Like Me, Lucy Rose, Charli XCX, Crazy P (Live), Toddla T, and many more..

Blissfields Festival, Hampshire’s award-winning and longest running boutique festival, is proud to announce that Guillemots, Clock Opera, Theme Park, Eugene McGuinness, Toy, Dog Is Dead, and Citizens! are now confirmed for the 12th annual event. Also confirmed is Josh Kumra, NZCA/Lines, Pete Roe, SixNationState, Wave Pictures, Dog Is Dead, Artrocker DJ, paradYse and Transgressive Records DJ, comedian Phil Ellis, and first winners of the festival’s regional talent search Road To Blissfields - Flashfires, Half Crown, and Ben Goddard & The Heartbeats.
 
These new additions join acts such as headliners Noisettes and Patrick Wolf (performing a special grand piano acoustic set), Spector, Man Like Me, Lucy Rose, Charli XCX, Crazy P (Live), Toddla T, and many more live music acts, DJ sets, comedy performances, art installations, and a sports day to end all sports days at The Park, Hampshire on the weekend of 29th June to 1st July.
 
Nominated for Best Live Act at the 2007 BRIT Awards, Guillemots’ beautiful live set will soundtrack the sun going down on Friday, while currently play-listed across radio with ‘Shotgun’, Eugene McGuinness will demonstrate why he’s one of the most acclaimed new songwriters of the past few years on the Saturday evening. Getting nods from taste-makers this Spring, London’s Citizens! will bring a sense of theatre with their 80’s-onica, and multi-instrumentalist Clock Opera sets to deliver one of the most intensely upbeat shows of the weekend. Theme Park’s fun, groove-filled set and the return of Blissfields favorites SixNationState, add only more excitement to this year’s already swelling bill of artists.

Published on 19 April 2012 by Ben Robinson

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