MySpace phenomenum, Lily Allen, has been confirmed to play at this year's Big Chill, with A Man Called Adam, Chris Coco, Rob Da Bank, Jose Padilla, and loads more also joining the laid back bill.
The Big Chill takes place at Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire, from 4-6 August. Those already confirmed include Coldcut, Sparks, Jose Gonzalez, Nightmares On Wax, Nathan Fake, Aim, Mr Scruff, and Norman Jay, but organisers have just announced heaps more.
The new acts playing live are Andrew Cronshaw, David Thomas Broughton, Lily Allen, Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators, Nouvelle Vague, Ojos de Brujo, Seasick Steve, and Tom Middleton presents Amba.
Those newly announced DJs are A Man Called Adam, Ben Mynott, Brother Sun Sister Moon, Charlie Gillett, Chris Coco, Daft Pink, DF Tram, Diesel, Flevans, Folk 2 Future, Funky Jim & Dr.Emily, Guilty Pleasures, Jigsawmusic DJ's, Jonny Trunk, Jose Padilla, Kelvin Brown, Leggo Beast, Lenny Ibizarre, Marc Mac (4hero DJ set), Nick Luscombe, Pathaan, Pepe Braddock, Phantom Beats, Phil Asher, Phil Mison, Rob Da Bank, Shepdog/Freestyle Records, Whistle Bump, Gilles Peterson presents… Unabombers, Ben Westbeech, Spiritual South, and Switch.
And the festival has just confirmed the artists who'll be playing the Media Mix tent. They are Arthur Smith, Merriman Weir (aka Garth Merengue), The Blue Man Group, John Hegley, The Trachtenburg, Family Slideshow Players, King Britt, D-fuse_Sundaze present Belleville Rendezvous Re-Animated, DJ Oof Cinemix, Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd), Divine Company, 'Adult' Entertainment, Buzzard Buzzard, Jonny Trunk, Dirty Fan Male, Pornaoke, The Whoopee! Club, Male Pole Dancers and a dash of S and M, Halloween Film Society, Antenna, Mash, Kino, Bluescreen, Birds Eye View, Portobello Film Festival, Loop (New Zealand) plus major feature length films, Words In Motion Literature, debates and spoken word.
Tickets are on sale, priced at £120, and can be bought HERE.