Air confirmed as headline act for Secret Garden Party in July
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The Secret Garden Party has announced its second wave of artists for the summer music festival in July and Air are now confirmed as the headliner along with Primal Scream and Caribou.
French duo, Air, comprising Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit-Dunkel, are one of the most influential synth-pop bands of the last 15 years.
The Secret Garden Party, which takes place from July 21-24, is introducing a new live music stage on site this summer. As yet unnamed, it will provide a platform for new artists to play in front of an enthusiastic festival audience. This mean four full days of live music over 15 stages and there are still some announcements regarding DJs and parties to come.
This year’s theme is Gardener’s Guide to the Galaxy, which has inspired the Garden’s creative team of oddballs and eccentrics like never before. They are currently on a comprehensive mission to create the most cosmic, inventive, fun-packed and immersing experience yet for all partaking ‘gardeners.’ Located on the banks of a beautiful lake, bordered by open fields and woodland glades, the Secret Garden Party is situated in an incredibly picturesque and magical setting in Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon.
For those wishing to spread the cost of buying tickets there is an option to spread the cost over three payments.
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There is a huge range of accommodation available, from luxury gypsy caravans to beautiful tipis or yurts, ideal for couples, sharers or families.
To buy tickets and see the full line-up of artists, visit: www.secretgardenparty.com.
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