Subscribe to our RSS News feed Follow safeconcerts on Twitter Follow Safeconcerts on Facebook 
Protect yourself from ticket scammers and fraudsters
before you buy with our Be Ticket Safe® Directory
More News
9th May 2012

Fionn Regan, King Charles and more for Lounge on the Farm

Plus new theatre, comedy and spoken word acts announced

Boutique Kent festival Lounge on the Farm have announced their new additions to the 2012 line-up, including pioneering British electronic musician Matthew Herbert who will be playing with his big band, BBC Sound Poll nominee and blues singer/songwriter Jamie N Commons, psychedelic folk-pop artist King Charles, heavy weight hip hop fanatic DJ Format, dub connoisseur Congo Natty and Hospital Records stalwart Netsky.

Communion will be hosting their own stage, the Farm Folk Stage this year. Playing a pivotal role as one of the key driving forces behind the nu-folk scene, Communion are the perfect curators for this year’s festival and will be inviting artists as diverse as Fionn Regan, Fink, Matthew and the Atlas and Rae Morris to join them.

In addition to the new music acts Lounge On The Farm will bring a plethora of talent from the theatre and spoken word pursuits, including the ‘delicious denizens of the demi-monde’ and interactive cabaret-theatre collective Boom Boom Club, Fitzrovia Radio Hour and the award winning stand-up magician Piff the Magic Dragon with his notorious yet blend of dry wit and humour. There will also be cutting-edge comedy and political commentary from Andrew Maxwell, spoken word from Phil Kay and iconic London venue Roundhouse Camden proudly presents associate collectives ‘Rubix and Elephant’.

Additionally, there will be fun for all the family with the roller disco and tea dance and entertainment from Shakespeare’s Comedy along with plenty of other outdoor activities.

Lounge on the Farm is also presenting the Little Lounge & Playhouse for Kids featuring a host of activities to entertain the little ones including the Zingzillas, Gramophone Theatre presents ‘Wild Duck’ and Lekkido Lord of the Lobsters. There will also be a unique interactive panto of Seven Dwarfs hosted by The Science Museum for all the family to enjoy.

Lounge On The Farm - 6-8th July 2012 - Merton Farm, Canterbury

Be Ticket Safe® and avoid ticket fraud:
only buy from legitimate outlets, don't lose out to scams & ticket touts

See our Be Ticket Safe® section for more in depth information about how to protect yourself

Just Announced

Amber Room

Art Ferguson and his Big Blues Band
Es Muss Sein
Eugene McG
Get Low Cartel
Greater Varsa
Isaac Christopher
Jamie N Commons
King Charles
Liam Magill
Matthew Herbert's Big Band
POW! Party Boys
Ralfe Band
Scott Mcfarnon
Tom Williams and the Boat

Communion Presents on the Farm Folk Stage

Bears Den

Boot Lagoon
Broken Hands
Fionn Regan
Joe Banfi
Matthew and The Atlas
Murray James
Nick Mulvey
Rae Morris
The Staves
Zoo for You

Lounge Originals Bar Presents


Amp + Deck
Barry Ashworth
Big Hair
Congo Natty
DJ Format and The Simon Sound: Live AV Set
Inland Knights
Jon Carter-'Heavenly Social Set'
Justin Robertson
Kenny Wonder
Sideways Recordings
Takin Off
Jesse James

Derrick Patterson

Comedy and Spoken Word

Andi Osho

Andrew Maxwell
Angela Barnes
Ian Smith
Phil Kay
Robin Ince
Terry Alderton
Tom Toal

Slam on the Farm: Spoken Words supported by Apples and Snakes feat Dizaeli and Don't Flop Youtube Sensation Mark Grist

Roundhouse Camden Proudly Presents Associate Collectives Rubix and Elephant


Boom Boom Club presents “Coney Island Palace”

Fitzrovia Radio Hour
Piff the Magic Dragon
Private Widdle Social Club featuring Trevor Lock
Plus: Roller Disco, Tea Dance, Shakespeare's Comedy, Outdoor Theatrics

Little Lounge & Playhouse for the Kids

Gramophone Theatre presents Wild Duck

Lekkido Lord of the Lobsters
The Science Museum –Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Interactive Panto

Your Ratings & Comments

Dull yet neccessary disclaimer: cannot be held liable for any loss caused as a result of the publication of information here or of your acts or omissions based on the information published here. This is an open forum and as such we welcome contributions from any companies, artists or people listed to correct any inaccuracies. Unfortunately, due to the way that information is distributed, Safeconcerts cannot make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this site. Read our full terms and conditions of use.
Contact Us | Website Terms of Use | BACK TO TOP | Safeconcerts: Proud to be a thorn in the site of ticket touts and fraudsters
Ticket Safe Home Page The Red List: websites to avoid now The Green List: websites we recommend Suggest a site here The latest Ticket Safe News How to buy tickets safely What to do if you've been a victim of fraud Ticket Safe Forum Ticket Safe Articles About Us Media Contacts Buy Concert Tickets Safely