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9th July 2012

Gold Panda & Willy Moon to headline Festibelly 2012

Rob Da Bank, Ragga Twins, Man Like Me also announced

Festibelly have announced more names for this year’s two day festival in The New Forest, Hampshire which is to be held over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Headlining Saturday is Willy Moon with Gold Panda confirmed as the Sunday headliner.

Also joining the bill is BBC Radio 1 DJ and Bestival host Rob Da Bank, rave heroes Ragga Twins, perennial ‘Belliers Man Like Me and many hotly tipped bands including Clock Opera, Bluebell and Bastille.

Amongst those already announced are three-piece rock ’n’ roll family band sensation Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, folk group Skinny Lister, who won the title of 'Hardest Working Band in Britain' following their record number of festival appearances last year, Mr Nice aka Howard Marks, rising French band We Were Evergreen and London collective Reggae Roast.

Festibelly, now in its fifth year, is nestled among the woodland on the edge of the New Forest. For the first time in 2012 it opens its doors as a two day party.

As well as the musical talent on the main stage, the Festibelly field will play host to a number of venues and attractions including Terrapin Station, Le Disco, brand new Le Roller Disco, Massive In China and Autumn Shift – together creating a kaleidoscope of psychedelic gypsy to dirty disco, wrong cabaret, circus performance, wonky gameshows, cosy cafés, poetry, painting and more. This year Festibelly flings its arms wide open to those with young Festi Critters, bringing new kids entertainment area The Owlery to site.

Festibelly stays close to its grassroots ethos and remains brand and sponsorship free.

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