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The Blockheads, Sham 69, Sonic Boom Six and King Punch to play Undercover Festival as full line-up announced

PUBLISHED: 11:17 18 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:50 18 October 2017

Dreamland in 2017

Dreamland in 2017

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The festival, at Dreamland in Margate takes place over two days in April

A two day festival boasting some major names in the punk and ska scenes has announced its full line-up.

Promising a unique setting, Dreamland Margate is hosting Undercover Festival, a two day festival in April set alongside retro rides and amusements.

Sham 69 and The Blockheads are already headlining the event, but dozens more bands will be playing the indoor festival, which also offers performances from alternative and acoustic musicians.

Roddy Radiation from The Specials will be performing with The Skabilly Rebels, while seven-piece ska-punk heavyweights King Punch will also be performing, after opening the Crazy Calamities at Boomtown Festival in August.

Undercover Festival organiser, Nick Moriarty said: ““When we said it was the home we were looking for since we started as a festival in 2013, we meant it and I am pleased to be able to announce that we will be back at Dreamland Margate for 13th & 14th April 2018.

“Plans are in place for an even better Undercover VI, we are putting the finishing touches to what we believe is a mouth-watering alternative music event.

“I thought we could not beat the line-up we had for 2017, but I think we may have, our message to everyone is come along and see what all the fuss is about.”

Tickets are available online now via https://undercoverfest.com/.

The full line-up is:

Friday April 13:

THE BLOCKHEADS

EDDIE & THE HOT RODS

RODDY RADIATION (THE SPECIALS) & THE SKABILLY REBELS

SONIC BOOM SIX

XSLF (X STIFF LITTLE FINGERS)

SEX PISTOLS EXPERIENCE

WITCHDOKTORS

CHURCH OF EON

KING PUNCH

SKACIETY

THE COMMITED

HAZARD

RUSS CRIMEWAVE

Line up subject to change etc etc

Saturday April 14

SHAM 69 (PURSEY,PARSONS, TREGUNNA)

CHELSEA

PETER & THE TEST TUBE BABIES

KIRK BRANDON AKOUSTIC WITH SAM SANSBURY (CELLO)

MENACE

CRISIS

BIG BOY TOMATO

EAST TOWN PIRATES

PUSSYCAT AND THE DIRTY JOHNSONS

THE WARRIORS

ANDY BLADE (EATER)

NUFFIN

NO LIP

RED (RELIGION EQUALS DECAY

RAGE DC

THE FANZINES

SURGERY WITHOUT RESEARCH

STONE HEROES

SCANDAL

GYB

+ WYRD SISTERS BACK AT BUSKERS CORNER BOTH DAYS

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