Tinie Tempah, The King Blues, Young Guns & The Twang added to GuilFest 2010

Tinie Tempah, The King Blues, Young Guns, The Twang, We Are The Ocean, Chicken Hawk, Turbowolf all added to the GuilFest 2010 lineup.

GuilFest 2010

They join an incredibly eclectic already announced line up of Orbital, The Human League, Status Quo, N-Dubz, Just Jack, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Hawkwind, Hadouken!, Chase and Status (DJ set), Level 42, 10cc, The Blockheads and The Blackout.

South London hip hop artist Tinie Tempah will be headlining The Funky End Dance Tent on Saturday 17th July. His massive debut single "Pass Out" appeared earlier in the year to huge critical and commercial acclaim, going straight in at number 1 in the UK singles chart, and being named "hottest record in the world today" and single of the week by Radio 1's Zane Lowe - also receiving massive airplay by DJs such as Jo Whiley, Tim Westwood and Annie Mac.
Tinie's debut album is scheduled for release in July, right around the time he will be rocking the crowds in Stoke Park at GuilFest 2010.

Brummie Indie rockers, The Twang are confirmed to headline the 2nd stage at GuilFest on Sunday 18th July. Most recognisable for their massive hits "Wide Awake" and "Either Way", the band have notched up two top 20 albums and three top 40 singles since gaining mainstream recognition in 2007. The Twang have also had numerous songs used on television programmes and were recipients of the prestigious Philip Radar Award at the 2007 NME awards. This year will be the first time this critically acclaimed act will perform at GuilFest, be sure not to miss it!

The King Blues return to Stoke Park to perform at GuilFest on Sunday 18th July. After last year's incredible performance, organisers were determined to have the band back at GuilFest 2010! Following the huge success of their 2008 album, 'Save the World, Get The Girl'. The King Blues have a new single appearing in May and a new album 'Punk and Poetry' coming later in the year to coincide with their summer tour. Expect their set at GuilFest to contain all your favourite hits as well as some brand new material.

Also confirmed are post-hardcore punk outfit, We Are The Ocean, playing on Friday 16th July, alternative rockers Young Guns, playing Saturday 17th July, Chickenhawk, playing on Friday 16th July and Turbowolf playing on Sunday 18th July, all in the ROCKSOUND cave at GuilFest 2010.

GuilFest has been consistently voted as one of the UK's best family festivals over the past 7 years, winning the prestigious award in 2006. Held in the idyllic location of Stoke Park, Guildford, visitors can expect a great weekend featuring 7 stages of live music, the Cosmic Comedy Zone, Theatre Tent, amazing Kidzone, as well as brilliantly unique attractions such as Farmer Giles Barndance, The 70s Disco, the brand new Ceroc Dance Tent, UNISONzone, massive late licensed bar, Calypso Cocktail bar, great food and drink from around the world, and much more besides.

More than 200 great acts will be announced over the coming weeks and tickets are on sale now!

For more information, call Seetickets on 0871 230 1106, or go to:

GuilFest Official Website

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