Line up complete for Rammy

British dance and R&B legends Soul II Soul will see out the 2014 festival season with a bang on Sunday, September 21 at this year’s Ramsbottom Festival.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 7th July 2014, 10:00 am
Music review
Music review

They are the last name to be added to a line up that includes:

British Sea Power, Levellers, Soul II Soul, Jimi Goodwin, Cara Dillon, Admiral Fallow, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour, Keston Cobblers’ Club, The Skints, Luke Daniels, Neville Staple Band, Randolph Swain and The Red Lights, Mad Dog Mcrea, The Shee, Marcus Malone, Lisbee Stainton, Jo Harman and Company, Harp and a Monkey, Gorgeous George, Bird to Beast, By the Rivers, Gramotones, Racing Glaciers, Frankie Foreman, XOVA, Paper Beat Scissors, Nell Bryden, Hans Theessink, My Sweet Patootie, The Minx, Jolanga, Vinny Peculiar, The Tapestry, Berlin Berlin, Rum Thief, Matt Hamer, Thugs on Wolves, Second Hand Wings.

Now in its fourth year, Ramsbottom Festival offers an eclectic mix of indie, rock, folk and reggae music.

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The festival won Small Tourism Event of the Year at the Manchester Tourism Awards in 2013.

Stalls from local restaurants and street food vendors will be offering a variety of Great British grub and international cuisine, plus a special edition Ramsbottom Festival Ale. Family entertainment is also a real highlight and touring art shows will feature circus performers, puppets, dancers, music and magic.


Burrs Country Park, located five miles from the festival site, offers a riverside campsite with toilets and water facilities available, plus its own pub. Return coaches will be run each evening. Weekend camping including car parking is charged at £36 per tent, with nightly pitches from £15. There’s also the chance to hire a luxury tipi, pitched and ready to roll into.

Caravans can stay at Burrs Park caravan site. For more information and bookings go to

Ramsbottom Festival takes place Friday-Sunday 19-21 September at Ramsbottom Cricket Club, Bury.

Weekend:family £144 (two adults and up to three children), adults £66/children £11 (ages 6-16, under 6s go free)

Friday: £24 adults / £6 children

Saturday: £26 adults / £6 children

Sunday: £26 adults / £6 children