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Idlewild and Badly Drawn Boy To Play New Cambridge Festival

Idlewild and Badly Drawn Boy To Play New Cambridge Festival

Idlewild, Badly Drawn Boy and Alberta Cross are amongst the names confirmed for LodeStar this Summer.

Set on a 165-acre farm in Lode, Cambridgeshire, the latest indie-rock festival to add itself to the calendar hopes to bring a different 60s counterculture vibe to the festival circuit.

The three-day event will showcase newer artists as well, with hotly-tipped bands Foals, Friendly Fires, Palladium and The Rakes all appearing too.

Created by Sunnyridge Farm owner Doug Durrant, the festival will take place on the family-run farm from August 31 - September 2.

Durrant hopes the festival will be “a thrilling era for live music” where 70 plus acts are already confirmed to play across three stages.

Weekend tickets are priced £85.

For the full line-up and ticket details please click here for lodestarfestival.com

Pic credit: Farah Ishaq


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