With Reading and Leeds having taken place last weekend we’re edging ever closer to one of the biggest and final festivals of the summer. This year’s theme at Bestival is ‘the future’, with futuristic vibes and organisers focused on promoting the best upcoming bands, essentially the music of the future. Having already unveiled The Cure, Major Lazer, Wiz Khalifa and Sean Paul as this year’s headliners and a huge collective of diverse music, organisers have once again added to the already sparkly line up.
Acts recently added include sets from Jaguar Skills bringing the electro beats, as with Cirque Du Sol and Bugged Out’s Little Bugger, disco pop group Nimmo and alt-pop act Kid Canaveral, amongst many more big names. Organisers also unveiled perhaps slightly smaller names on the bill, but equally as important to look out for, including sibling duo Ardyn, Oxford’s Burt Cope, Manchester ravers A Man Called Adam and Canadian folk artist Aidan Knight along with many more.
All new additions to the line up: Ashworth, Bugged Out’s Little Bugger, Cirque Du Sol, Jaguar Skills, Joe Smooth, Justin Robertson, Kid Canaveral, Nimmo, Roy Davis JR, Strong Asian Mothers, SWMRS, A Man Called Adam, Aidan Knight, Ardyn, Bobby O’Donnell, Burt Cope, CC Smugglers, Deaf By Disco, DJ GG, Dr Sid, Ella And The Blisters, Feeling Gloomy’s Bowie Tribute, Full Nelson, Graceland, Greg’s Greats, Ian Void, Idiot Savant, Jay-L, Jules And Lisa, Kaf-Tan, Kemback, Lucy Catt, Martin Davis, Miss Chameleon, Mojo Filter, Nick Gabriel, Noble Jacks, Not Saffron, Pete Kosanovich, Rev Milo Speedwagon, Stevie Wonderland, Tasty Lopez & Karistocat, Timo Garcia, The Beau Bow Belles, The Black Kat Boppers, The Caulfield Beats, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, The Shellac Collective, The Tom Seals Band, Thomas Urv, Tom Colborn, Tony Tunes, Uncle Junior, Vote Pedro, Vula Viel, Ziriguidum Samba Band