Hazy Days line-up - don’t miss a thing

PUBLISHED: 15:30 08 July 2016

Hazy Days

Hazy Days

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Hazy Days festival is set to wow the Tropicana from tonight (Friday) until Sunday with a host of local and international talent on display.

More than 60 acts will take to the event’s four stages and here is a list of all the artists you can see throughout the weekend.

Friday July 8

5pm-11pm

The Pools Stage

Headline - Recreations

Eastertown

The Walls Stage

Headline - Five Finger Discount

Dr Days Junction

Four Dead Crows

The Reaper Stage

Headline - Reg Meuross

Barry Walsh

Nirvano Unplugged

The Café Stage

Headline - Ian Lawton

Rob Lear

Matt Westcott

Phil Cooper

Saturday July 9

10am-11pm

The Pools Stage

Headline -The Leylines

The Blue Horizon

Zeals

Three Kings High

Numb

Foreign Affairs

Racey

Fire_Sign

The Walls Stage

Headline - Techtonic Plates

Cosmic Ninja

Flowerpot

The Marginal

Small Town Echoes

Reach

The Proof

Jubilee Park

The Reaper Stage

Headline - Bad Cardigan

Scribble Victory

The Publix

Ope May

Only Takes A Day

George Linton

Fly Yeti Fly

Zoe Davis

Simon Allen

The Café Stage

Headline - Alexander McKay

Jo Langdon

Sophie Hosken Taylor

Adam Croft

Harry Daniels

Caitlin Elliman

Joe Mitchell

Oli Boorman

Alex Petrie

Sunday July 10

10am-11pm

The Pool Stage

Headline - The Lipinskis

Luke Potter

Bless’ed Roots

The Thatchers

Chloe Warren

Exit Black

Maybelleen

Joeyy

The Walls Stage

Headline- Ooberfuse

The Scribes

Back to Verona

Dry White Bones

Twin Palace

Baited Hook

Inner City

Keystonez

The Reaper Stage

Headline - The Honeyfire

David 9 Lunas

Josh Jones

Johnny Anderson

Edd Donovan

Just Parsons

B.E_Cooling

Mitchell and Vincent

Jonni Slater

The Café Stage

Headline - Matt Woosey

Darren Hodge

Ellie Rialas

The Man in Washington

Sophie Marie

Johnny Edgar

Ian M Perry

Lauren Jaye

John Ross

Make sure you let us know which acts you are enjoying at the Tropicana. Tweet us @WSMERCURY, or let us know on Facebook.

We would love to see your pictures of this first-time event at ‘the spiritual home of Dismaland’.


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