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The 13th Dream of Dr. Sardonicus International Psychedelic Festival Dates Announced

Fruits de Mer announces the Psychedelic Music Festival of 2015, or at least the FdM Festival of 2015, with dates set for August in Wales.

by Henry Schneider, Published 2014-12-06

Building on the success of 2014's Crabstock Festival, Fruits de Mer decided to make 2015's festival bigger and better, extending it to 3 days with some special invited guests.

This is a save the date announcement: August 7, 8, and 9 at the Cellar Bar and Penny's Gallery in Cardigan, Wales. There is even a special early bird price of £45, discounted from £60. Just like the Crabstock Festival, there will an FdM "Goodie Bag" as well as tons of vinyl and many unique releases just for the weekend.

Here is a list of the acts already signed up for the festival:

  • Bevis Frond
  • Astralasia
  • Sendelica
  • Soft Hearted Scientists
  • Schnauser
  • The Luck of Eden Hall (USA)
  • Earthling Society
  • Superfjord (Finland)
  • Honey Pot
  • Spurious Transients
  • Legendary Flower Punk (Russia)
  • Steve Kelly
  • Sendelica Acoustica
  • Paradise 9
  • Jack Ellister (Holland)
  • DJ Wally Stagg
  • And a few more to be announced...


Filed under: Festivals

Related artist(s): Earthling Society, The Luck of Eden Hall, Soft Hearted Scientists, The Bevis Frond, Sendelica, Jack Ellister, Schnauser, The Honey Pot, Astralasia, Superfjord, Colin Consterdine

More info
http://sendelica.bandcamp.com/merch/fruts-de-mer-ufo-club-sendelica-presents-the-13th-d

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