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Wakestock announce no-clash schedule for festival-goers

by Michelle Gondry. Published Fri 28 Jun 2013 12:05, last updated: 28/06/13

Wakestock is now two weeks away and there is loads to look forward to from an amazing line up, action out on the water and tonnes to look forward to on the festival site.

Huw Stephens will be getting the party started on Thursday night at the pre-party. He will now take the place of Mistajam, who has unfortunately had to cancel.

The man is known for filling dance floors across the country with his banging sets and we are sure that his set on the Thursday night will be no different. He will be joined by Goldierocks, Jigsaw and the Nitro Residents to really raise the roof and get you in the mood for an ace weekend.

Wakestock have announced that this year, all festival-goers will be able to watch every single beat of every single act appearing on the main stages. They know how much people hate clashes between their favourite bands so they hired bunch of experts to work out how to put both East and West stages together in one giant tent.

The stages will run in a flip flop style so, as one band ends on the East stage, the next starts on the West. To make sure we squeeze the amazing line up into this system, they've also decided to open the arena at 2pm on Saturday and Sunday, two hours earlier than it has opened for the last few years.

For full line-up details, visit wakestock.co.uk



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