A big welcome to Mansion on the Moon’s debut festival, this year headlined by British indie legends, The Libertines. Join an ecstatic crowd for the unique experience that is this iconic band live, with a line-up that also features some of the best up and coming talent from across the country, including imminent superstar, Tom Grennan whose album is about to be the sound of the summer.
With so much more to be announced, celebrate summer with the hottest new artists and enjoy the selection of amazing street food as you soak up the sunshine, friendly atmosphere and beautiful surroundings with a chilled drink - the perfect summer festival experience.
We want you to be able to say you were here at the start, so don’t hold back, book your tickets now while they're cheap, we can’t wait to see you there!
Twisted Wheel’s irrepressible energy and ability to deliver inspired rock’n’roll gained them support slots with Oasis, Kasabian, Paul Weller, The Courteeners, The Happy Mondays and Ian Brown to name but a few, as well as sell-outs on their first UK tour. Mansion on the Moon is delighted to have them on board.
2017 was a good year for Bessie Turner. In January she decided to spend some money on recording a demo instead of going on holiday. It came as a surprise when she released the result, her debut single Big Sleep, to entirely unexpected acclaim; the song was viewed/streamed more than 10,000 times in the first 12 hours of her existence as a recording artist.
Ashfields are an exciting five-piece indie pop band from the dark corners of Nottingham. The lads have already achieved a sell-out EP launch show and reached the finals of Firestone Battle of the Bands which saw them play at Birmingham Arena before Biffy Clyro and Brand New. They have also played to a sold-out Rock City supporting The Sherlocks, headlined the famous Rescue Rooms, and are now nominated as ‘Best Rock Act 2018’ at The UMA Awards.
Originally from South London, Caswell grew up with her then punk rocker, now vinyl dealer, mother in Tulse Hill. She began writing songs at ten years old and subsequently taught herself the piano, and by fourteen she had secured a place at the prestigious BRIT School. Her singular sound - a mix of downtempo electronic soul and pop with a tangible jazz influence - fuses past and present.