Shiiine On Weekender has announced its latest line-up additions to the 2016 edition of the hugely popular festival. Following the sell-out success of the 2015 Shiiine On Weekender, the festival which showcases the best of indie and dance music, alongside some of the best up and coming new bands, has added further quality to its already packed line-up…
The Farm, The Electric Soft Parade, The High (Andy Couzens) and James Atkin (front man of EMF who scored a #1 hit with the single ‘Unbelievable’) join an impressive billing that includes Echo & The Bunnymen, Shed Seven, Cast, Black Grape, House Of Love, Echobelly, The Wonder Stuff, The Bluetones and Paul Hartnoll (Orbital).
A host of the UK’s best indie and dance club nights are also set to bring the house down each night. The likes of Feeling Gloomy, Burn Down The Disco, Keep it Social, Little Indie Night, Cool Britannia, A deeper Groove and Madchester will each be keeping the party going long after the bands have retired for the night. If that wasn’t enough, after the success of Bez’s Pool Party event last year, this time the reins are passed to Welsh comedy hip-hop troupe Goldie Lookin Chain, who’ll no doubt inject their own inimitable, bizarre, take on proceedings. The full line-up of names announced so far can be seen below.
Shiiine On Weekender 2016 is presented by North Country Boys and Butlin’s Live Music Weekends. Shiiine On Weekender takes place at Butlin’s Minehead Arena from 11th – 14th November.
All packages include 3 nights’ accommodation and music. Places can be reserved with a £25 deposit per person.
Head to www.bigweekends.com for more information on the resort and accommodation and to book your tickets.