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The Seventeenth Dream of Dr Sardonicus Festival Tickets Now Available

Fruits de Mer Records and their merry crew of psychedelic explorers are getting set to present the next The Seventeenth Dream of Dr. Sardonicus Festival. The dates are set for August 2-4, 2019 at The Cellar Bar in Cardigan, Wales. They've also announced that the legendary Groundhogs will top the bill.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-11-16

17th Dream of Dr Sardonicus festival posterFrom the press release:

Yes, we'll be back in Cardigan for our annual summer festival!

it's less than a year to the next one - which it would have to be, otherwise we wouldn't have had the last one yet...

...and we have a return visit by Nick Saloman and The Bevis Frond confirmed, along with a rare-as-hen's-teeth live appearance in the UK by psych legend nick nicely and the first live set by The Chemistry Set in the UK for years!

Add in first visits by Moon Goose and Three Dimensional Tanx, Red Sun, the back-by-popular-demand Alain Pire Experience, Babal and Elfin Bow - and it's looking really good........oh, and of course we'll have Sendelica playing at a festival that they've really made their own (mainly because they organise it all).

Check out the link below for advance ticket sales, and start making plans for August in Wales.


Filed under: Festivals

Related artist(s): Nick Nicely, The Bevis Frond, Sendelica, The Chemistry Set, Mark McDowell, The Groundhogs

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