Camp Bestival 2021: Full list of headliners and artists and how to buy tickets

CAMP Bestival has announced that Fatboy Slim, Groove Armada and Sophie Ellis-Bextor are among the announced headliners for next year’s event.

Despite the ongoing pandemic, organizers said they were delighted to announce a spectacular comeback next year.

Co-curators Josie and Rob da Bank added that they want Camp Bestival 2021 to be “the best family festival you’ve ever been to”.

Vengaboys, Louise Redknapp, The Wurzles and Heather Small are among other musical artists lined up to perform at the film-themed event, while children will be entertained by Dick and Dom, Sam & Mark, Mr Tumble and Mister Maker & Rebecca Keatley.

A stand-alone comedy tent will be set up in the castle grounds with Dom Joly and Irvine Welsh, while Fred Siriex of Channel 4 First Dates fame will organize the festival’s food and drink offering.

A new “clubby” space for teenagers, a cinema and a wire antenna will also be set up for the first time.

A full list of Camp Bestival 2021 headliners, performers and activities is available below.

Headliners:

  • fat thin boy
  • Groove Armada
  • Becky Hill
  • Kelis
  • Friendly fires (special guests)
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor Ft Lavabo Le Rose
  • Level 42
  • Max and Harvey
  • Georgia
  • The selector
  • Sarah Cox
  • Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems
  • The Sugarhill Gang – 5ft Furious Grandmaster Melle Mel & Scorpio
  • Vengaboys
  • little heather
  • The Sherlocks
  • Louise Redknapp
  • David Rodigan
  • Reef
  • Space out
  • Tim Burgess
  • Big Pig
  • Mae Muller
  • Self love
  • Dj Yoda Pres. Filmstock
  • The Cuban Brothers
  • Norman Jay Mbe
  • Cheryl Hole
  • Craig Charles
  • Gengahr
  • Jaguar Skills Dub Pistols
  • S-Club 2
  • The Wurzels
  • Lt. Bukem
  • Klaus Blatter
  • RAE
  • Tamzene
  • Fleetmac Wood
  • hungry heart
  • Purple Rave – A Tribute to the Prince
  • Bowie Nightclub

Family fun

  • dick and dom
  • Brainiac live
  • Mr Tumble
  • Mr Maker and Rebecca Keatley
  • Andy and the strange Socks
  • Sam and Mark
  • British school
  • Diligence
  • Art, Science, Dance & Circus Workshops
  • big fish small fish
  • junior jungle

Comedy & Lyrics

  • Dom Joly
  • Irvine Welsh
  • Steve Davis and Kavus Torabi
  • scummy mummies
  • Man vs. Babe
  • Ledadlab
  • Timmy Mallet

food drink

  • The new gourmands led by Fred Sirieix
  • Live fire demos
  • Traders taught by Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones of the Black Farmer
  • Neil Rankin
  • BBQ DJ
  • Sparkling bar
  • The Open Kitchen of Mother Earth

Slow motion

  • Yoga
  • Breathing
  • Meditation
  • sound healing
  • Richie ‘The Breath Guy’ Bostock
  • Ayurvedic workshops
  • Sleep Retreat / Fitness Camp: Wild Runs
  • Hiit & Family Boxing
  • Holistic triathlon

New for 2021

  • The Palace – Teen Space
  • Stargazy Pres. ‘Keep It Cosmic’ – Music and Mixology
  • Giggle Box – Comedy Venue
  • Cirque Bijou High Wire Spectacular
  • Full Moon Cinema

wild tribe

  • The big building
  • Water slides and zip lines with Woodland Tribe
  • Spinney Hollow Craft Village
  • mossy crow
  • Bushcraft, Bivouac & Fire Building
  • Interactive theater
  • Quiet space

How to get tickets and how much they cost

A host of options are available for camping on site, with adult weekend tickets costing £180.

A student weekend ticket costs £175, a weekend ticket for 13-17 year olds is £125 while a weekend ticket for 10-12 year olds is £100.

The weekend ticket for 5-9 year olds costs £80, the weekend ticket for 4 and under is £60 while babies aged 1 and under are free.

All weekend tickets include access to general campsites Thursday through Monday.

Parking costs £20 in advance, a campervan ticket starts at £97.50 while a caravan/caravan tent ticket starts at £107.50.

Pre-sale of Barclaycard tickets starts today (Wednesday 30th September) while general ticket sales start at 10am on Friday 2nd October.

For more information and to book tickets call 0844 888 0444 or visit www.campbestival.net

Jan G. Gilbert