Tickets running low for Smugglers Festival

Smuggler’s Records in Deal return with its unique festival for a seventh year

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Smugglers Records in Deal is warning fans of it inimitable festival (29th Aug - 1st Sept 2019), that tickets are running low as it looks set to sell out for a seventh successive year.

With the woodland location remaining a secret, except to those who buy a ticket, the festival has an amazing track record of putting on the best local and international artists, as well as a culinary line-up to satisfy every palette.

Full Music Line-up:

Deerhoof , Kikagaku Moyo / 幾何学模様  , The Scorpios , Cocos Lovers , London Bulgarian Choir ,  Rozi Plain Alabaster dePlume  , Martha Tilston , Baque Luar  , Falle Nioke  , Yama Warashi  , Once and Future Band ,  Le Skeleton Band  , Lunch Money Life , XylarooTirikilatops ,  CHEW YSHE , FLYING IBEXAilbhe Reddy ,  Jenny Moore's Mystic Business. ,  The Fantasy Orchestra ,  Dubi DolczekVipertime  , Clusters of Eyes ,  Molly's Lips ,  The Hellfire Orchestra ,  Big Ben Jorge ,  The Selkies ,  Lunatraktors , Sabotage Theatre  , Raphael Appleblossom ,  Joshua Music ,  Dolly May , Firefay ,  Paisley Mess ,  Leonie Evans  , The Long Knives ,  The Maywaves

Full Culinary Line-up:

“ The Bhangra Bus Cafe will be bringing the best of Indian cuisine straight to your taste buds, as well as local collaborative project born of The Grain Grocer Cliftonville; Dharma Chums, serving up proper coffee from  Curve Roasters, positively divine sandwiches, snacks, treats, Booja-Booja icecream, teas, tonics and more. 
Organic and homegrown from their community farm, The Pizza Gardener is the perfect fix to satisfy the need for classic bold flavours fresh from the land, and for some serious sustenance to see you through the night, new kid on the block, Voyage Vert Burritos, are coming to to wrap up a whole load of fuel for the ultimate booty shaking boost. Welcome back to The Whitaker Brothers & JJ Doolittle, who are switching up everyone's favourite hangout, Salma Gundis for the new Café Maroc. Expect a full power dose of tantalising Moroccan spiced stew with the finest local lamb Kent has to offer.”