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2011 FESTIVAL GUIDE


PRE-FESTIVAL PLAYLIST


01 ‘Somebody To Love Me’ Mark Ronson


28 - 31 JULY 2011 Lulworth Castle, Dorset CAMP BESTIVAL


Summer Holiday Camp. Cliff Richard ain’t got anything on this parade of summer joy, though; curated by Rob da Bank and with a playground-like site designed by his wife, Josie, vintage and emerging talent joins together for a musical line-up that is almost shadowed by the daily frolics the Camp has to offer. Bestival Bluecoats are masters of ceremony and court jousting is a matter of course, but Rob da Bank does get to show he knows his music, the innies and outies of it, and brings Mark Ronson, House of Pain (indulge, oh 90s child), Katy B, Beardyman, Blondie and so very many more to the summer’s stages.


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sle of Wight’s Bestival is such a beast; it needs its own warm-up act. Tis isn’t just the equivalent of Chuck Norris’ bicep-shiner; this is an animal of a festival in its own right. Fresh and smiling from their two year running win of Best Family Festival by the UK Festival Awards, the festival harks back to those rose-tinted days of the British


02‘Denis’ Blondie


03‘Rocks’ Primal Scream


04‘Lies’ Fenech Soler


05‘The A Team’ Ed Sheeran


DON’T MISS Laura Marling


PRE-FESTIVAL PLAYLIST


01 ‘She Wants’ Metronomy


LOVEBOX WEEKENDER 15 JULY - 17 JULYVictoria Park, London


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hat do two superstar DJs do in their spare time away from making monster music smashes and putting British dance music on the map? Tey do what many of us have an indulgent fantasy conversation about; “if you were to put on a festival, who would be on your line-up?”


What started off as a club night for the boys since turned in to what’s described as London’s most ‘authentic’ festival experience. In 2011, Lovebox again brings the festival field experience to London’s Victoria Park, and it’s carrying a line-up labelled ‘mega’ to boot. Being of the blood of Groove Armada, it’s always had a strong allegiance with all that dance music encompasses, and with names like Sebastian, Uffie, Skream, Herve and Hudson Mohawke on the bill for Friday alone, a whole weekend of the same quality is almost too much to handle. All major genres get a name check across the festival dates though, with names like Beth Ditto, Marc Almond, Te Joy Formidable and Te Drums painting a rich tapestry of sound. Tickets are available from www.lovebox.net/tickets for separate days, or for the entire monster weekend.


02‘Pop The Glock’ Uffie


03‘Go!’ Santigold ft. Karen O


04‘Gin & Juice’ Snoop Dogg


05‘I Wrote The Book’ Beth Ditto


DON’T MISS Kelis


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