Richard Hawley And Grandmaster Flash Among Camp Bestival 2013 Highlights [Photos]
2013 was another successful year for Camp Bestival with performances from the likes of The Proclaimers, Richard Hawley, Grandmaster Flash and Billy Bragg.
Richard Hawley plays one of his many splendid guitars.
Camp Bestival 2013 took over the weekend (August 2nd - 4th) at Lulworth Castle in Dorset last week, with some superb live headline and DJ sets each day.
It was an eclectic line-up of artists both legendary and newly emerging and ranging from the underground cult favourites to the more chartworthy pop stars. Richard Hawley, formerly of Britpop band Longpigs and Pulp, played an awesome headline set on day one with an array of different electric guitars. He shared the stage with 'I'm Gonne Be (500 Miles)' hitmakers The Proclaimers as well as reggae veteran Max Romeo, Manchester trio I Am Kloot and folk punk activist Billy Bragg.
Day two saw an equally diverse and very instrument driven line-up. Tennessee folk singer Valerie June and 'Please Don't Say You Love Me' singer Gabrielle Aplin showed up the male rockers with their beautiful acoustic sets, while Grandmaster Flash took up his slot with a highly-anticipated DJ set and Take That's Mark Owen made a much-enjoyed solo performance.
Texas chorus The Polyphonic Spree and Labrinth with his keyboard skills were highlights from day three, as well as newly emerging rockers The 1975, who have yet to release their debut album but have still managed to garner much media attention. BRIT award nominated DJ Fresh made an appearance, as well as Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip who entertained with their hilariously unique rapping style.
Mark Owen and The Proclaimers played at Day Two and One respectively.
Gabrielle played a wonderful acoustic set.
Grandmaster Flash headed the live DJ sets.
Labrinth & Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip At Camp Bestival 2013
DJ Fresh and The 1975 at day three of Camp Bestival 2013
The stunning girls of The Polyphonic Spree were identical behind Tim DeLaughter!
Billy Bragg definitely served as a festival highlight.