Organsiers have revealed the line-up for this year's Lemonfest music festival in Newton Abbot.
The event, on Saturday, June 1 at Newton Abbot Racecourse, boasts a combination of up-and-coming talent and established local acts, across four main stages. Lucy Rose is headlining. Her debut album Like I Used To gained rave reviews on its release in September – and hit single Middle of the Bed has amassed nearly 1.5 million views on Youtube. Her popularity has snowballed in the last 12 months, and prior to Lemonfest she embarks on a major European Headline Tour, before heading back to the UK for festival season.
Also playing are London Dub group The Skints, who will be ending their UK tour in Newton Abbot. The Radio 1 favourites are renound for their rowdy live performances, and first came into the main stream spotlight with a fantastic cover of Katy B's On a Mission.
Also on the bill are hotly tipped Falmouth Indie band Tall Ships, ever popular South West gypsy folk band Mad Dog Mcrea, Exeter's Adam Isaac and Bristol-based psych-rockers Towns.
Gates open at 12pm and the mjusic continues until 11pm. Tickets start from £20 and are available from www.lemonfest.co.uk