Ribble Valley, Sawley,
Fifteen contrasting stages play host to an array of musicians, including a few musical heavyweights, as well as a selection of local talent. The festival is independently funded and has no involvement in corporate organisations, nor does it receive any sponsorship. The festival has a high attention to detail with every inch of the site taken into deep consideration. The three day Beatherder festival takes place in The Ribble Valley, Gisburn, Lancashire, with the dates for this the ninth year are confirmed as slightly later in the month (due to the Tour de France) on Friday 18th until Sunday 20th July 2014.
Happy Mondays, The Bloody Beetroots, ABC, Riva Starr, Vitalic, Klangkarussell, Boney M, Timo Maas, Wolf Alice, Koan Sound, Bipolar Sunshine, The Orb, Mr Scruff, Dub Pistols, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Goldie Lookin Chain, Greg Wilson, Eton Messy DJs, Dems, DJ Format, Utah Saints, Paul Taylor, High Cross Society, Ibibio Sound Machine, Rag & Bone Man, Eagles For Hands, 2ManyDjs (DJ set), Eats Everything, Hot Since 82, Jagwar Ma, The 2 Bears, Gramatik, Justin Robertson, DJ Deekline, Blonde, Elite Force, Far Too Loud, Ed Solo, Kidnap Kid, Lisa Lashes, The Correspondents, Macka B & the Roots Ragga Band, Mountain of Love, Slipmatt, John Morales, Captain Hotknives, Asbo Disco, Chris Liberator, Russ Cuban, Tim Sheridan, Skittles, Davos, Pimp Soul, Tayo meets Acid Rockers, The Templebys, Lumberjack Cowboy Heartbreak Trucking Co, Eddie Earthquake & The Tremors, Two Man Ting, and more.
James Lavelle, Dave Angel, Herr Styler, Shepdog, The Sunshine Underground, Nucleus Roots, Mr Benn, Michael Dog, Howard Marks, Reeps One, 1st Aide, 5 Rhythms, Backyard Rhythm Orchestra, Barry Henderson, Charly Chuck, China Shop Bull, Chris Holt & Paul Thornton, Colman Brothers, Daisy, Dave Heaton, Davos, Death To The Strange, Dextric, DJ Dog Biscuits, Feline &Fedzilla, Dohnut, Dooks, Dub Smugglers, DJ Fenny, Funk E Fish, Gypsy Unit, Head Tentacle, Howling Johnny & The 59 Sound, Hybrid, Indianic, Jam Tidy, Jinx In Dub, John Berry, Johnny Clash, Jon The Bop, Kalika, DJ Kate Fear, Keir n Caleb, KynchinLay, Mr Lazy Susan, Lowdown & Dirty Residents, Mad Jack and The Hatters, Mark Constantine, Matt Montez, Nathan Ball, Paaarl…, Paddy Steer, Patterns, Professor Les Scott & Marvin, Red Eye Hifi, Rick T &Tirikilatops, Rum Jig, Salud Bros, Scratters & the Funky Disco Pig, Seamless, Sean P, Seas of Mirth, Serious Lee, Siren, Smiley & The Underclass, Stacey Cohen, Stee Bowden, Tayo meets Acid Rockers, The Farmer, The Loungs, The Pylons, The Ramblers, The Sonic Chefs, The Villiars, Waka, Where s North, Whilk and Misky, and DJ Wolfie Razzmatazz.
For the line-up details, click here.Beat-Herder prides itself on being a different festival experience to any other and this year festival goers can expect 15 completely unique, craftsman built stages including the mighty Main Stage, the oriental mystery of The Fortress, the heady atmosphere of The Woods, the Trailer Trash Big Top, the cosy Snug, the incredible, authentic Working Menâ€™s Club (step inside, you could literally be in Todmorden in 1971) and many, many more beside.
Tickets have SOLD OUT they were priced on tiers and started at Â£95 (the final tier 4 – Â£120).Â A child ticket for those aged 12 and under is priced at Â£20, car park passes are priced at Â£10, and live-in vehicle passes are Â£25 – please buy in advance. Prices do not include booking fees.
A deposit scheme was also available.
There was a payment plan available, whichÂ breaks the ticket price into 5 bite-size chunks, these are automatically taken at monthly intervals starting from the day you make your first payment.
Beat-Herder prides itself on being a different festival experience to any other and this year festival goers can expect 15 completely unique, craftsman built stages including the mightyÂ Main Stage, the oriental mystery ofÂ The Fortress, the heady atmosphere ofÂ The Woods, theÂ Trailer Trash Big Top, the cosyÂ Snug, the incredible, authenticÂ Working Menâ€™s ClubÂ (step inside, you could literally be in Todmorden in 1971) and many, many more beside.
The fancy dress theme for 2014 is the letter H – think Hobgoblins, hedgehogs, hermit crabs, hussars, Hellâ€™s angels, helicopters, Henry Winkler, The Hulk, the list goes on.
The festival is split into five main areas combining live music, DJ sets, creative workshops, face painting, food, stalls and more.
The festival gates will open at 12.00 midday on Friday. For health and safety reasons no one will be allowed on site before then. There will be more information here when available.
Date : from 2014-07-18 to 2014-07-20
Price : from Ã‚Â£120 for the three days incl camping – SOLD OUT
Capacity : daily capacity: 5000
Address : Ribble Valley, Sawley, Gisburn Lancashire BB7 4LF England