Hitchin's Rhythms of the World line-up announced

THE line up for the area s biggest music festival has been released and tickets are now on sale. The acts at this year s Rhythms of the World include Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, 17 Hippies, The Dodge Brothers, Hugh Cornwell, My Passion and the London Gypsy O

THE line up for the area's biggest music festival has been released and tickets are now on sale.

The acts at this year's Rhythms of the World include Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, 17 Hippies, The Dodge Brothers, Hugh Cornwell, My Passion and the London Gypsy Orchestra.

The eclectic festival which celebrates international and homegrown music in the grounds of Hitchin Priory takes place on July 24 and 25 across seven stages alongside market, food and drink stalls and family areas.

Advance entry prices remain unchanged from last year at �7 for adults and �3 for youths (ages 6-17). Children aged 5 and under go free with an adult.

For tickets, more details and information on how to get involved as a volunteer go to www.rotw.org.uk

Saturday:

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17 Hippies, Hugh Cornwell, My Passion, Sarah Savoy and the Francadians, Reem Kelani, Angrej Ali, Toque Tambor, The Broadcast, East Strikes West, Lecarla, Eastside Jimmy, Luke Leighfield, Nigel Shaw and Caroline Hilyer, R�n, Jose Vanders, CC Smugglers, Dan Williams Allstars, My First Tooth, Shoes and Socks Off, Stuart O'Connor, The October Game, Vinyl Junkies.

Sunday:

Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, The Dodge Brothers, Glen Matlock, Bayou Seco, Steven Sogo and The Hope Street, London Gypsy Orchestra, The Bush The Tree and Me, The Twilight Players, Rotating Leslie, Morning Parade, The Xcerts, Lika Sharps, Mozzy Green, Allan Yn Y Fan, Monika Lidke, Out of the Trees, Sir Walter J Wallace, Sister Ray, The Amigos, The Whybirds.

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