More acts added to this years Barn on the Farm

BOTF continually delivers paramount artists to its cosy capacity and this year is no different especially with the arrival of the Farm Band which can only be seen at this years festival. Compromising of BOTF favourite artists including Gabrielle Aplin, Hudson Taylor, Joe Keogh from Amber Run and Hannah Grace for the first time. Gabrielle mentioned, “I’m super excited to be playing Barn On The Farm again, this year in a sort of ‘super group’ with my best friends, Hudson Taylor, Hannah Grace & Joe Keogh from Amber Run. We’re old friends and fans of Barn On The Farm so we’re honoured to be back performing something a little different. We’ve played a few gigs together as a group and we’re thrilled to be back playing Barn On The Farm again as a group.”
Headlining the Outdoor Stage on Saturday night will be the multi-instrumentalist Dan Croll who’s hotly anticipated second album is coming later in the year. Plus on Sunday night Rag N Bone Man will be the perfect close to The Outdoor Stage with his sensational live set.
London quintet Eliza and the Bear will performalongside Fickle Friends and bold, no-nonsense VANT.
Also announced is writer and producer wise beyond her age Laurel, Irish four-pieceThe Academic, hotly tipped High Tyde and Gloucestershire locals Ardyn who will open the main stage. 

(Gabrielle Aplin, Hudson Taylor, Joe from Amber Run, Hannah Grace)
Ry X / Dan Croll / Rag N Bone Man / Eliza and the Bear 
Fickle Friends / VANT / Port Isla / Ryan Keen / Brother & Bones 
Laurel / Dan Owen / The Academic / Ady Suleiman / High Tyde 
Prose / Hidden Charms / The Amazons / Hannah Grace 
Skinny Living / Ardyn / Alibis / Judas

 The announcement joins the already impressive line up including headline performance from Brits Critics' Choice Winner and BBC's Sound of 2016, Jack Garratt plus world-renowned Oh Wonder who will perform their first ever festival headline. Also Honne, Gavin James, Rationale, Frances, Billie Marten, Zak Abel, JP Cooperplus many more.

With emerging music at the heart of the festival 2016 is set to be one of the most exciting years yet and will feature a new festival layout. Born in 2009 BOTF has seen  internationally renowned artists grace the barns including Ed Sheeran, James Bay, Ben Howard, Hozier, Bastille, George Ezra, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Wolf Alice, Matt Corby, Gabrielle Aplin, Benjamin Frances Leftwich and The Staves, to name only a few. Set in the perfect setting of the Gloucestershire countryside BOTF is the perfect festival for music lovers, full of supreme personal performances from the most exciting and up-coming artists to some of the best-established musicians. 

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