Quirky country acid house band Alabama 3 have been confirmed as Bearded Theory Festival 2011 headliners, which will take place in Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire from 13-15 May 2011.
They will be joining an exciting line up which includes P.A.I.N, Aboujaporoy, Misty's Big Adventure, Atomgrinder, Jerzey Street Band, The Band From Country Hell, Mundo Jazz and Dan Days.
Other confirmed acts at the charity based festival, which attempts to break the world record for the most amount of people wearing fancy dress beards, will include massive names such as The Beat, Dub Pistols, Martha Tilston, Glow Bones, Verbal Warning, Zion Train, Wobbly Squadron and the Funky Full Lotus.
To ensure that there is something for everyone, organisers always provide a wide variety of music at Bearded Theory. Ensuring that the party really gets started, there will be appearances from the renowned 3 Daft Monkeys, Northern Monkey, The Ferocious Dog, Seven Little Sisters, Dan Donnelly, Lorraine and Attila The Stockbroker.
The beat will go on and on with the impressive line up of DJs mixing the decks. Those set to play at the festival include Ed Tangent, Tristan, Mad Mick, DJ Disoriental and Key Lo And Dr $icknote.
Aside the great array of music acts and DJs to take to the stage, there will also be comedians and a lot on offer for children, with a whole acre of activities including tree houses, wall climbing, story tellers and a disco tent. There will also be the opportunity to get involved in camping, craft workshops, world food and art work.
Adult tickets for the three-day weekend are £68, £32 for five to 16 year olds, £22 for 5-12 year olds and under fives are free.
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2011 will be the fourth year for the fast growing UK festival.