The Heavy, James Zabiela, Andy C & MC GQ and more for Nozstock

The Heavy

The Heavy

Noztock: The Hidden Valley Festival has herded more artists for its Jurassic Farm gathering.

Set to headline Sunday’s closing night are The Heavy. You’ll probably know them for their sassy funk-rock anthem ‘How You Like Me Now?’ and if you don’t, you’ll know it soon enough as the song you can’t get out of your head. Either way, they’re set to see the weekend out with a bang.

Announced for the Garden Stage on Saturday night is a first time appearance from DJ royalty James Zabiela, having remixed the likes of Hot Chip and Radiohead he’s a sure bet for a good time.

The return of one of Nozstockers most requested DJs has also been announced as Andy C is back once more and will be joined by MC GQ. Andy C and his RAM Records crew are set for a Cubicle takeover on Saturday night featuring Calyx & Teebee and A.DDC BreaksFrankee and Ray Rampage.

After seven years away from Nozstock, DJ Friction will be returning ft. Linguistics as well as a performance booked in from award winning electronic producer, TC. Genre-bending six-piece Molotov Jukebox are also lined up to perform their fan-dubbed ‘Gypstep’.

Globetrotting duo Calyx & Teebee and A.D will be bringing their energetic set to Nozstock and internationally renowned funk & soul DJ Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show is set for the Garden Stage.

Also lined up for the Garden Stage are reggae/soul band By The Rivers, 10 piece ska band The Stiff Joints and house DJ and producer Sonny Wharton.

The Speakeasy Bordello will also be returning this year to takeover the comedy tent; an eclectic selection of entertainment is lined up including The Twisted Burlesque DJs, the Electric Swing BallroomPhat TonyDJ JitterbugEdd TiptonMr Bliss and Sketch.

The latest artists join the already announced Orchard Stage headliners Roots Manuva and The Skints, lined up for Friday night.

Nozstock 2014 is set to take place between 1-3 August in Herefordshire’s Bromyard. View the full line up and get your tickets here.