Set to make an epic return to the stage this year and celebrating their 20th anniversary, Faithless has been confirmed as the third and final headliner at Boardmasters 2015. They join already announced headliners Bastille and Rudimental on the main s
After a five year hiatus as a band, the incredible dance-tune masters, Faithless will be marking their special anniversary with an unforgettable live performance on the main stage at Boardmasters this summer. Having sold over 15 million records world wide, 2015 will be 20 years since the release of their classic dance tune ‘Insomnia’, a track now known as one of the greatest dance anthems of all time. With a back catalogue full of hits such as ‘We Come 1’ and ‘God Is a DJ, Faithless’ headline performance against the stunning backdrop of Watergate Bay will be a musical moment of 2015 not to be missed.
Faithless commented: “Boardmasters is providing us with a stunning beachside setting for a Faithless show this summer. We are excited to see you all there”.
As well as Bastille, Rudimental and Faithless, performances across the weekend will come from Clean Bandit, De La Soul Live, Duke Dumont, Nick Mulvey, Lower Than Atlantis, Reef, MNEK, Sunset Sons, DJ EZ and The Darkness with hundreds of acts still to be announced!
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. Those looking for the ultimate Boardmasters experience should purchase the new bumper ticket package – the ‘Charger’ ticket, which includes everything from bus pass to parking, VIP camping, Beach Session gigs, After Parties and a Boardmasters t-shirt and tote bag!
More additions to the 2015 music line-up will be announced soon as well as details of the International Surf Competition.
Published on 25 February 2015 by Ben Robinson