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Barn on the Farm announces Lizzy McAlpine as their third headliner, topping the bill alongside Bleachers and Holly Humberstone.
Barn on the Farm Festival has added a host of names to their 2023 lineup, including Lizzy McAlpine, who’ll perform her worldwide debut headline set. She joins the previously announced bill toppers Holly Humberstone and Bleachers. Celebrating “the music of tomorrow”, BARN, as it’s known to previous punters, champions future stars before anyone else – and this year’s edition looks to follow suit.
Lizzy McAlpine’s meteoric rise can be defined by sold-out North American and European tours and viral hits like “Ceilings”, which sits handsomely on millions of views. Joining the singer-songwriter, indie rock staples The Big Moon, FEET and The Academic will bring their unique back-catalogues to Over Farm, Gloucester. Amber Run, Plested and Bilk are a few more names that have just been announced, following alumni like Ed Sheeran.
Last June, BARN welcomed over 3000 festivalgoers to their fields, bringing everyone from Griff to Bombay Bicycle Club with them. Starting as a hobby, the event is now a leading independent weekender, created purely on a diet of passion and a belief in the next generation of music. And with an array of ticket options, from glamping to day passes, the festival accommodates the hedonist in us all.
Barn on the Farm’s full line-up can be seen below, whilst more acts will be announced throughout the year. Taking place from 29th June to 2nd July 2023, and with day splits to be announced in the coming months, this year’s bill is shaping nicely, as the festival maintains its commitment to new music.
Tickets for Barn on the Farm’s twelfth edition can be found here. Although intimate Thursday tickets sold out in the summer, a few Friday, Saturday and Sunday entry packages remain.