The Stranglers confirmed to headline Chagstock festival 2016
CHAGSTOCK FESTIVAL organisers have confirmed that their Saturday night will be headlined by none other than legendary post-punk band, The Stranglers. The Stranglers are one of the UKs best loved bands, who have enjoyed a litany of hits across their incredible 42-year career, including Golden Brown, No More Heroes, Peaches, Always the Sun and Skin Deep.
Other acts confirmed include the wildly popular Ferocious Dog, alt-folk six-piece Danny & The Champions Of The World, the BBC Introducingendorsed Cattle & Cane, a return performance from spellbinding Irish Folk/Blues troubadour Marc OReilly, and many more.
Taking place on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd July, Devons much-loved, family friendly, not-for-profit event will feature the biggest and most diverse line up in its 10-year history.
The theme for the wildly popular fancy dress day on Saturday will be Legends.
Set in 70 acres of farmland on the edge of Dartmoor, Chagstock is renowned for its stunning location, diverse line-up of artists and non-corporate, family friendly atmosphere. Chagstock showcases the very best music, food and entertainment that the Westcountry and the UK have to offer. Starting life as a small private party, Chagstock has now grown into a major fixture on the Westcountry festival circuit, selling out all 5,000 tickets for the last four years in succession. As introduced back in 2012, all children under 12 can attend the festival for free (ticket is required).
Last years festival was regarded by many as the best yet (Chagstock has something special… other events should perhaps take note and try and emulate it efestivals) and featured memorable performances from the likes of Levellers, New Model Army, Seth Lakeman, Neville Staple, Molotov Jukebox and many many more
Simon Ford Chagstock Festival organiser says, We are delighted that a band as huge as The Stranglers have agreed to perform at Chagstock this year, and we are very proud of the quality of the other acts announced so far as well…2016 really is set to be a vintage year for the festival. As always, you can rely on Chagstock for a non-corporate vibe, family friendly atmosphere and loads of great and varied music, food and entertainment
Chagstock Festival is a Not For Profit Organisation, proud to support Devon Air Ambulance Trust and WaterAid.
Chagstock 2016 Tickets
£85 (Adults), £55 (Youth aged 12-17),
Under 12s are free (ticket is still required). A Family Ticket for 2 Adults & 2 Under 18s is £250.
A Campervan pass is £15, and a Group Ticket discount (buy 6, get one free) is also available.
All weekend tickets include 2 nights of camping and car parking.
Tickets are available from http://www.chagstock.info/buy-