Mystery Jets to headline Leefest 2012

Summer Camp and more head to Surrey this summer

Photographer:Joel Knight

Chris Eustace - 13 March 2012

The Eel Pie Island band, who are soon to release their fourth album ‘Radlands’, will top the bill when the music and arts festival returns to Highams Hill Farm in Warlingham, Surrey from 29-30 June.

Other acts confirmed this week are Summer Camp, Raf Daddy (from The 2 Bears), We Were Evergreen, Big Kids, To Kill A King and Public Service Broadcasting.

The remaining names on the Leefest line-up will be announced over the coming weeks, with organisers also promising “a host of unsigned artists from around the country.”

The 2,000 capacity homegrown festival is run by Lee Denny and a small team of friends from Bromley, Kent. Denny has some surprises in store this year: “We’ve been concentrating on new collaborations with individuals and collectives to make the festival even more diverse and creative. Everything is secret at the moment but it’s going to be raucous onsite!”

Leefest weekend camping tickets are priced at £60 (including booking fee), and on sale now.

Click here to buy LeeFest 2012 tickets

Previous acts to appear on the LeeFest line-up include Young Knives, British Sea Power, Fenech-Soler, DJ Fresh, The King Blues, The Futureheads, Jakwob and Dutch Uncles.


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