King of The Mountains Festival: Dry the River confirmed and full music programme‏

June 2, 2014



King of the Mountains Festival has revealed the full music programme for the festival taking place on July 4 – July 6.
Dry the River have returned in 2014 after taking a year out to record the follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed album Shallow Bed (along with 3 years of constant touring). 2014 will see them headline the Friday night of King of the Mountains Festival and prepare to unleash the eagerly awaited new album. “They offer a glimpse of the pastoral with their infectious semi- acoustic ditties. ” The Guardian
Joining Dry the River are Post War Glamour Girls. It’s been another great year for the Leeds band, releasing debut album Pink Fur and selling out shows all over the UK. Added to the bill are Alaska, who have been causing a bit of a stir with their underground parties in Leeds and Manchester and gaining a fair bit of national radio play. Completing the line-up are Cottonwoolf who are about to release their debut EP and seem to be making noise at lots of festivals this year.

The above join the already confirmed headliner for Saturday Huw Stephens (DJ) and Sundays headlinerPaul Thomas Saunders. Plus Sky Larkin, To Kill A King, Kyla La Grange, The Witch Hunt and many more who play over the weekend.

Full List of acts:

Dry the River

Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1)

Paul Thomas Saunders

To Kill A King / Kyla La Grange

Hey Sholay / Sky Larkin

Blue Rose Code / Young Rebel Set

Sam Airey / Eaves / Three Blind Wolves

Post War Glamour Girls

The Witch Hunt / Goodbye Chanel

Jacobean Ruff / Jasmine Kennedy

Charlie Straw / Yarbo / Cottonwoolf

Alaska / Pip Mountjoy / CryBabyCry

With music, comedy, Yorkshire food and ale, kids and family activities plus Tour De Cinema, camping cycle and car parks as well as huge screens to watch all the action, King Of the Mountains is one of the best places to enjoy the Tour De France weekend.

King of the Mountains festival tickets are on sale now, priced at £39 (plus booking fee) for an adultweekend ticket. Young people (aged 12-­‐17) are priced at £25 (plus booking fee), with children (aged 6-­‐11) are £15 + (booking fee) and under 6’s go free.

TICKETS: from £39

Camping, Parking, Group and Family tickets are also available. All tickets can be purchased online at:


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