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Music. Falcons. Beer bar. Fully functioning light railway.
Featuring British Sea Power, Snapped Ankles, Bo Ningen, Squid, the Pictish Trail, Modern Ovens, Celestial North, Steven Morris (New Order), Will Burns and Hannah Peel and much more to come.
The inaugural Krankenhaus Festival will take place at Muncaster Castle, near Ravenglass by the West Cumbrian coast, amid the gorgeous Western Lake District between September 6th and 8th 2019.
Tickets include access to the festival and the Castle and grounds from midday Friday 6th until 6:00pm Sunday 8th September.
Parking vouchers will be emailed with entry tickets to be printed and displayed
British Sea Power
British Sea Power are Yan, Noble Hamilton, Woody and Eamon. The band began life in Cumbria, 2001, and after a few relocations gained an enormous reputation in Brighton and then Europe, as tour supports to such greats as Interpol and The Flaming Lips. By the end of 2004, they were known worldwide, receiving acclaim as 'the best band in Britain' (Sunday Times) and attaining the Time Out award for Live Band Of The Year. It's quite remarkable that in this short time, BSP have established themselves as one of Britain's most noteworthy bands.
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Snapped Ankles are a London based post-punk band.
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Japanese industrial rock influenced by Melt Banana, Stooges, Black Sabbath, Minutemen, etc., delivering a superb mix of 1960s punk trash, 1970s Detroit dirt, 1980s New York art-rock and psychedelic post-rock.
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The Brighton-based post-punk, disco-funk phenomenon Squid is the brainchild of Ollie Judge, Louis Borlase, Arthur Leadbetter, Laurie Nankivell and Anton Pearson.
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Experimental folk-pop from one-man band Pictish Trail, aka Johnny Lynch. Fusing home-made electronica with DIY instrumentation, Pictish Trail's music is simple, sweet and instantly seductive. '...this is the sound of Scotland quietly floating far, far out to some deep enchanting waters. And never dreaming of floating back.' - Domino
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The Modern Ovens
Featuring members of British Sea Power, Brakes, Actress Hands and The Tenderfoot, the Modern Ovens are Britain's premier Jonathan Richman covers band.
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'A great singer and a latter day Delia Derbyshire' - The Observer The Northern Ireland artist who reinvented iconic 80's songs on a hand-cranked music box, Peel has also created original material fusing analogue synths with angelic haunting vocals. The artist and composer is also a member of the collaborative band The Magnetic North.
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Celestial North, Steven Morris, Will Burns
Muncaster Castle, Gardens & Owl Centre
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