Lincolnshire bands The Ultraviolet and Albany are among the additions to the line-up for local alternative music festival JoeFest this summer.
As previously reported, Fickle Friends will headline the event fresh from releasing their top-10 debut album, with the festival set for its biggest ever line-up and attendance in 2018.
The event will bring together lovers of music to enjoy emerging bands, solo artists and DJs at Horncastle’s Stourton Estate on the weekend of August 10 to 12.
National acts The Tin Pigeons and Friday’s headliner Flyte, along with Lincoln DJ Redders, who is a regular behind the decks at Propaganda nights at The Engine Shed, are some of the other additions to now full line-up.
Early bird tickets sold out within seven days, but a limited number of discounted £30 tickets (regular price £40) are now available here.
The names added to the bill of the now complete 2018 line-up were revealed live on BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Introducing programme.
Presenter Chris Berrow and producer Hayley Ritchie picking out talent from across the county to perform at this year’s festival.
Festival founder Joe Davies said: “When it comes to local talent, there are few more in the know than the team at BBC Introducing.
“To have such a prestigious organisation working with JoeFest is a real endorsement for the event, and guarantees a weekend of brilliant live performances.”
JoeFest 2018 line-up in full:
- Fickle Friends (Festival Headliner)
- Flyte (Friday Headliner)
- The Tin Pigeons
- Vigilantes (Boston)
- Don’t Forget Rupert (Nottingham)
- Fickle Friends (Festival Headline)
- Boy Azooga
- Indigo Husk
- The Shrives (Grantham)
- Arctic Lake (Boston)
- The Pylons (Lincoln)
- Laminate Pet Animal
- Phoebe Ophelia (Boston)
- Albany (Lincoln)
- Casey Lowry (Chesterfield)
- Martha Hill
- The Ultraviolet (Boston)
- Chong Boogie (Lincoln)
- The Suspicious Pigeons (Lincoln)
- Thomas Day (Lincoln)
- Holly Humberstone (Grantham)
- Alfie Jack (Spalding)
- Liam James Ward
- The Pylons
- Josh Murfitt
- John Davies
- Sarah Evans
- Abbie McCarthy