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More announced for Secret Garden Party 2013

Secret Garden Party gets new 2013 additions

More announced for Secret Garden Party 2013

Photographer:Joel Knight

Chris Swindells - 29 May 2013

The latest musical additions to the Secret Garden Party 2013 include Cherub, Natty, Serafina Steer, Making Marks, Pete Molinari, Misty Miller, Indiana, Wara and Graveola.

Django Django, Regina Spektor and Soulwax have all previously been announced to headline the three day festival, which takes place at Mill Hill Field, Abbots Rippon, near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire from 25-28 July 2013.

Thursday night will see a gaggle of giggles as comedy is centre stage with Justin Moorhouse (Phoenix Nights, Looking for Eric), Radio 1’s Tom Deacon, Joel Dommott (Skins, Russell Howard) and Joey Page (Buzzcocks) all appearing.

Alongside the music and comedy will be special panels discussing the biggest issues of today. This year: "If we could eradicate all recreational drugs overnight, should we?"

Former Government Drugs Czar, Professor David Nutt, Jamie Catto (One Giant Leap, founding member of Faithless), Mike Powers (author - Drugs 2.0) and Rachel Seifert (documentary film maker - Cocaine Unwrapped) will sit in to discuss the issue.


Soho Theatre takeover the Black Cat Bar, dressing it with cocktails sweeter than sin, delectable concoctions and divine delights, including performances from Temper Temper and The Little Theatre Of Dolls.

Elsewhere on the site you'll find the Soul Fire Restaurant offering fine dining and table service under an oak framed canvas hall.

Click here to see the full Secret Garden Party line-up.

Secret Garden Party tier 3 tickets have now sold out and only a limited number of tickets in tiers 4 and 5 remain.

Tier Four Secret Garden Party tickets are available now, priced at £185 plus a £6 booking fee. A deposit scheme is also available, with a deposit of £98.50 (including booking fee) due before the remainder needs to be paid off by 13th June 2013. Teen Tickets are sold out and under 12's get in free.

Click here to buy Secret Garden Party tickets.

Click here to read our interview with Secret Garden Party chief organiser Fred Fellowes.

Irish rhythm and blues newcomers The Strypes recently spoke to VF about their debut album and plans for playing Secret Garden Party this summer.

VF’s Rebecca Laurence gave Secret Garden Party last summer a 9.5/10 review, hailing it as having “a little bit of the crazy hedonism of Burning Man, the healing spirituality of Glastonbury and its own colourful magic to create a great party.”



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