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29th March 2011
Leftfield to headline Beat-Herder Festival

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Dreadzone along with Acid House legend Greg Wilson,The Selecter and many more have also been added

The mighty Leftfield and their Leftism beats will be joining Beat-Herder this summer! Hold onto your hay bales! Last year, Leftfield took the Live show on the road after years in hibernation and the Ribble Valley is set to experience what has only been described as a ‘mind blowing visual and aural feast’

“I am very happy to be playing at Beat Herder this year. Feels like I am coming home!” It is a great honour to be on the same bill as Simian Mobile Disco and Andrew Weatherall amongst all the other great acts. Can’t Wait!”
Leftfield’s Neil Barnes

Dance music’s underground heroes Dreadzone are the next act to be added to this burgeoning bill, along with Acid House legend Greg Wilson, DJ du jour Doorly. Going back to the roots on the reggae tip are The Selecter featuring Pauline Black and Gaps Hendrickson and original Rude Boy Neville Staple.

Beat-Herder have also announced the fancy dress theme - Friday is Flower Power day and Saturday night is Everything begins with an E! Think Eggboxes, ET, Eskimos, Elephants.

With zero official sponsorship, no egos and not a scrap of branding in sight Beat-Herder is not about platinum selling artists on huge stages but about creative festival fun, locally sourced food and booze and the friendliest most up for it crowds this side of the Pennines! Beat-Herder legend has it that in the beginning there was the Toil Trees where the Toil Sound system brought friends together to party beneath the trees. The landowner was set to cut down the forest but he enjoyed himself so much that he couldn’t bear to chop it down. And so Beat- Herder was born …

When your legs tire of dancing to this little lot why not check out the amazing extras... Being small, intimate and perfectly formed there’s never far to walk but there are still plenty of stages, interactive nonsense and hidden surprises to satisfy even the most curious of Beat-Herders!

Stop of for a brew or a beer at Mikey’s Tea Shack, sit down beneath the hanging baskets on one of the famous Beat-Herder vibrating benches or check out one of the many magical surprises hidden around every corner. Last years Granma’s Launderette hidden deep in the trees through a 20m long tunnel was a massive hit and this year the BH crew are thinking bigger…

Also back by popular demand for 2011 is the legendary Working Men’s Club. Remember 10p pints, Ford Cortinas, three-day weeks and the miner’s strikes? You can party like its 1970 at Beat-Herders very own working men’s club! It has all the glamour of a 70s pit village with added real ale, silliness and glittery blue eye shadow. The working men’s club with play host to the annual "Beat-Herders got Talent (judged last year by Coronation Street’s very own Jannis Battersby).” And again, mad old nana moon will be having a sing a long, there will be bingo, and some top class talent will also be performing!

Easily heard but not as easy to find, the Toil Trees stage this year has a new and improved crispy clear sound system can be found tucked snuggly amongst the trees, the epicenter of the festival. Get amongst it and dance to the eclectic beats that last throughout the night.

With it’s intimate fun atmosphere and amazing facilities Beat-Herder strikes the perfect balance between ‘up for it crowd’ and family friendly vibe. With a new and improved Kids field and super cheap kid’s tickets, Beat Herder’s of every age are warmly welcomed!

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Leftfield to headline Beat-Herder Festival
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Simian Mobile Disco Live
Dreadzone
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The Selecter Featuring Pauline Black & Gaps Hendrickson
Mylo
Plump DJs
Neville Staple
Riva Starr
Boy 8 Bit
Dub Pistols Live
T.E.E.D
Andrew Weatherall
Retro/Grade
Craig Charles DJ Set
Justin Robertson
Krafty Kuts
Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer
Doorly – Reverend Soundsystem
The Shit Robot Show Live
Greg Wilson
A Skillz
Correspondents
Utah Saints
Drums of Death
John Carter
Sicknote
Grinny Grandad Live
James Holroyd
Lancashire Hotpots
Captain Hotknives
Krysko
Lazy Habits
Middleman
The Boxettes
Mooqee
Toni Jarvis
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