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Organisers of this year's Camper Calling have announced the festival's biggest bill to date with Manic Street Preachers, Supergrass, Pixie Lott, Embrace and Dodgy all part of the line-up.
Now in it's fifth year, the family-friendly event takes place at Warwickshire's Ragley Hall during the August bank holiday weekend (27 to 30 August).
Other acts confirmed include The Magic Numbers, Dodgy, The Pigeon Detectives, The Hoosiers, Embrace, The South, Republica, The Stickmen, DJ Spoony, Craig Charles, Jesus Jones, K Class, Showhawk Duo, Dub Pistols, The Blow Monkeys.
Away from the music, there are plenty of fantastic activities to enjoy. With family at its heart, Camper Calling features everything from family circus and funfairs, to graffiti to glitter, big tops and bumper-cars to watersports and woodland walks.
New for 2021 is The Carnival Stage. Each morning the Camper Calling team will get you up, motivated and ready for the Calling with lively and energetic dance classes. From Tango to Salsa, African to Break Dancing, there's something for everyone to join in with, whether you're a beginner or a two-stepping pro!
On the food front, dedicated areas selling cuisine from every corner of the globe ensure visitors are well fed. Add to this cocktail bars, a Bier Keller with live music, cafes, bars, shops and stalls and there truly is something for everyone.
Families looking for quality time together will get the chance to make some magic of their own via numerous craft workshops, Mr Motivator exercise classes, live circus shows and award-winning children’s authors on hand to inspire. Meanwhile, Graffiti workshops and a Silent Disco are perfect for entertaining teens.
Camper Calling takes place at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, from 27 to 29 August. For further information and tickets, visit: campercalling.com
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