Thom Yorke and more for Big Chill

Tinariwen, Metronomy and others have been announced


United Kingdom United Kingdom | 13 May 2010

Whilst Radiohead remain international superstars, selling more than 26 million copies of their various albums before 2007 and the owners of three Grammies, their front man has also had success with his solo career. Thom Yorke released his debut album ‘The Eraser’ in 2006 which landed in the top ten around the world’s music charts. This event will be an exclusive opportunity for ticket holders as Tom doesn’t perform many live shows.

To join him on Friday (6 August) are Milan band and Tinariwen. Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions and Metronomy will also play on the festival's Deer stage on Saturday (7 August).

Natty, Maurice Fulton, Fat 45 and Bristol Hi-Fi featuring Daddy G, the founding member of Massive Attack, will also perform across the festival.

For the full line up click here.

Adult weekend tickets are on sale now priced at £155 for the weekend including camping. Students can expect to pay £120 for the same privilege, while teens (13-17 years) are £60 for all three days.

Passes for those 12 and under are just £4, while Sunday day tickets are £70. Campervan and car parking passes are also available. Click here to buy The Big Chill tickets.

The Big Chill 2010 (link) will take place at Eastnor Castle Deer Park, Eastnor, Ledbury in Herefordshire from 5-8 August.


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