NEW ACTS ADDED TO BEACHBREAK LIVE
Following on the relocation to Newquay for this years Beach Break Live, promoters have announced the second wave of artists to add to the line-up. Featuring everyone from the globally renowned Cuban Brothers and the phenomenal Dizraelli & the Small Gods to favourite MistaJam, this year Beach Break Live offers ticket holders its biggest ever line up and the festival takes over Newquay from 20th – 24th June.
Additions include Passport To Stockholm, a London based trio who have been pumping fresh air into the lungs of the acoustic genre since forming at the beginning of 2012 and are set to take the festival season by storm this summer. The entertaining Cuban Brothers will please the masses alongside Shadow Child, originally a side project for Simon Neale, Shadow Child has gone from strength to strength attracting thousands of international fans. Also joining the bill is breakbeat aficionados Freestylers, who have been dominating the Breaks scene since their inception in 1996. Flying the Beach Break Live flag in 2013 will also be Coda, the amazing Gentlemens Dub Club, house icon George Fitzgerald and Eddy Temple Morris’ number one producer of 2012, Maribou State. Other acts joining them include Abigail Hubbard, Alice Amelia, Battle of You, Boddika, Laura Flethcer, Lazy Habits, Only Joe, Planes, Second City, Submotion Orchestra, Urban Folk Quartet, Tom Bradley and many more.
In a bid to support the Cornish locals, a limited number of Locals only silver tickets will be available at just £20 to residents living with the TR7 postcode or with a Sailors Card, these will be able only availalbe to purchase via the website at www.beachbreaklive.com/localtickets from 10am on 6th May. 2013 sees Beach Break Live move to the stunning surfer paradise of Newquay, its original home. The new music holiday will showcase the best in underground and up and coming music from across the globe, AlunaGeorge and Jake Bugg headline the event on 20th -24th June.
More info and tickets at www.beachbreaklive.com
by 247 Magazine