POP PUNK PILE UP FESTIVAL announces secret headliner and more

POP PUNK PILE UP FESTIVAL announces secret headliner and more

Following a great response from the first line up announcement POP PUNK PILE UP FESTIVAL are pleased to reveal that MALLORY KNOX will be joining Saturday’s co-headliners alongside THE BOTTOM LINE. Having recently announced the departure of frontman Mikey Chapman, former back up vocalist Sam Douglas is now stepping up to the frontman position and the band have become a quartet. Being one of the hottest UK bands of the now, they are an amazing addition to an already packed weekend!

Alongside MALLORY KNOX, MC LARS and KOO KOO KANGA ROO will be Sunday nights after party guest sets, which will take place next door to the festival home The Venue at the Riverside. “The Riverside was a former music venue and once played host to Riff Media’s club shows. So, it’s a huge pleasure to be able to incorporate with the venue once more. We still have plans to add for Friday and Saturday after parties with guests still to be announced soon. So watch this space!” states festival organiser Adam Ruane.

Somewhere to camp throughout the weekend has now become a constantly requested need for festival goers so the festival are also pleased to announce that camping has been confirmed at Moss Hagg Farm who will allow our guests to use their facilities. This includes showers, power and pitching spots. These are charged at £14.50 per night for 2 adults with an additional £2.50 per extra adult per pitch. This must be purchased separately from any festival tickets via the campsites website.

Having already sold a large portion of weekend passes, these give access to all 3 days plus all 3 after parties (18+ to be allowed only for after parties) we expect they will all be sold out very soon,  so act fast and grab one whilst you can!

Ticket prices:
£25 for a day and £40 for the weekend and are available via Eventbrite, See Tickets and more.
** The festival will be donating some of their profits to homeless charities Carecent and Mission Trinity, buying food and items for those in need. Riff Media want to use music as a way of helping society and those less fortunate and they believe that this is their chance to do that on a huge scale.**


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