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20th March 2017

More acts added to Devon's Lemonfest

Liam Bailey, Shadow Demon Coalition and Black Foxxes confirmed

Lemonfest have revealed a series of new acts who are joining the likes of the previously announced We Are Scientists, SHY FX, Craig Charles and Gentlemans Dub Club.

Joining the bill is Blues influenced Singer/Songwriter Liam Bailey, who co-wrote and performed on Chase & Status’ single Blind Faith in 2011, as well as having collaborated in the past with DJ Fresh, SHY FX and Delilah. 

Liam Bailey
Liam Bailey

Other new additions to the festivals will be Drum & Bass legends Shadow Demon Coaliton who are headlining this year’s Rinse-it tent on Saturday alongside Turno.

Also joining the bill are Black Foxxes, the Exeter band who have rocketed to success in the last 12 months since signing to Search & Destroy records. The outrageous gospel sinners Oh My God! It’s The Churc are returning to Lemonfest for a 2nd year to host the official Friday night opening party, and English Disco Lovers will be hosting the brand new Funk & Soul tent, headlined by Mr Funk & Soul himself – Craig Charles.

This is the 2nd of 3 line-up announcements for the Devon festival, with a whole swathe of House & Techno DJs still to be announced from stages hosted by South West promoters including Apex, Souloud and Bizarre Rituals in April.

Now taking place across two-days for the first time ever, Lemonfest returns to Newton Abbot Racecourse on 9th-10th June for it’s 8th year. The independent festival has a rapidly growing reputation, and remains 100% self funded by the two founders - who are childhood friends. An eclectic mix of entertainment is split across 6 stages, whilst an array of bars and food stalls sell local produce from around the Westcountry.

1st release tickets are on-sale now costing £22 Friday, £27 Saturday, £45 weekend and £60 weekend with camping.
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