Khruangbin have been confirmed as the final headliners for the second annual Bigfoot Festival, joining previously announced headliners Happy Mondays and Caribou.
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The Texan trio will top the bill on one of the evenings between June 17-19 at the craft beer and music festival’s new location, the Claydon Estate in Buckinghamshire.
More craft beer brands and food outlets have been added to the festival – see the full line-up and information in the event poster below.
Standard adult weekend tickets include camping and are priced at £150 plus a booking fee.
Youth weekender tickets (ages 13-17) are available at an early release price of £95, while child tickets are £40 plus a booking fee. You can purchase tickets here.
In a four-star review of the inaugural event last year, NME‘s Nick Levine wrote: “Primal Scream reign supreme in festival’s superb debut year.”
The band spark “pints-in-the-air chaos from the moment they open with ‘Movin On Up’. The ‘Screamadelica’ track – complete with lyrics that talk of coming ‘out of the darkness’ – could hardly be more timely to open a post-pandemic headline set.