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Camp Bestival announce Mark Ronson



Our favourite family friendly festival, Camp Bestival celebrates 10 years next year!

With an unbeatable combo of music, themed activities and family sensations, all at a castle campsite by the sea. They’ve announced the first wave of acts for 2017, so you’d be mad to miss out on the best festi-holiday ever at Lulworth Castle next 27th – 30th July.

Rob da Bank says: “Calling all budding pop stars, rock stars and divas! Welcome to our first announcement of Camp Bestival 2017 – from the funk pop maestro Mark Ronson through The Bootleg Beatles, the dubby techno majesty of Leftfield and our mates Dick and Dom right up to what should be a showstopper with a UK festival exclusive of Andrew Lloyd Webbers new musical, School of Rock on the main stage. Rock on!”

Mark Ronson is unquestionably the king of pop right now, so we’re delighted to announce he will be headlining the Castle stage on Friday night. The A-list’s favourite DJ, Mark’s set will be a non-stop hit parade from Amy Winehouse to Bruno Mars, so make sure you pack your dancing shoes and feel like a pop star at Mark’s own Camp Bestival house party!


Add to him All Saints, Frankie Goes to Hollywood icon Holly Johnson, techno lords Leftfield, Camp Bestival legend Mr Tumble, the return of Historic Royal PalacesTudors on Tour, TV tearaways Dick and Dom, who will be making an exclusive main stage appearance and rocking the Silent Disco, and the inimitable DJ BBQ who will host The Feast Collective. We’ll also have loads of fun stuff including a Giant Kids’ Disco with the World’s Largest Disco Ball, and the inaugural UK Festival Air Guitar Championships.

Time is running out if you want to buy Early Bird tickets, General Admission tickets go on sale on Friday 9th December at 10am, so grab your Early Bird tickets today!  And don’t forget Camping PlusBackstage VIP Camping and Hospitality Camping tickets are on sale now.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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