All added to the GuilFest 2011 lineup!.
Joining previously announced headliners:
James Blunt & Razorlight.
Ozzie singer/songwriter Peter Andre is confirmed to headline the Good Time Guide Stage on Saturday 16th July.
With numerous No.1 hit singles, a multitude of national and international awards, as well as sell-out tours throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia and a plethora of television appearances, Peter Andre can genuinely be described as a household name. Soaring to fame in the nineties with his No.1 debut album 'Natural' and two No.1 singles "Mysterious Girl" and "I Feel You", the singer has enjoyed a long and incredibly successful career, featuring many great achievements - including having the highest selling record of the nineties in his native Australia. Last year saw Peter releasing his seventh studio album, "Accelerate", which debuted in the UK top ten, and led to a hugely successful arena tour. Organisers are delighted to welcome him to GuilFest for the first time this July for what promises to be a truly fantastic showcase of new and old material.
Public Image Ltd, the English post-punk outfit fronted by John Lydon AKA Johnny Rotten are confirmed to headline the Good Time Guide Stage on Sunday 17th July. Formed following the break up of the Sex Pistols in 1978, PiL are regarded as producing some of the most diverse music of the post-punk era, and are cited as one of the most innovative and influential bands in music history with their 1979 album 'Metal Box' being ranked in Rolling Stone Magazines' greatest albums of all time. Their experimental sound fuses Rock, Dance, Folk, Ballet, Pop and Dub, and recent concerts have earned the band great critical and public acclaim. PIL are certain to provide a rocking end to the Good Time Guide Stage at GuilFest this year.
Erasure, the definitive synth-pop superstars, will be supporting James Blunt on the Main Stage at GuilFest on Sunday 17th July. Having sold a total of over 25 million albums worldwide, achieving twenty-four consecutive UK top 20 hits including seventeen UK top tens such as "Sometimes", "Blue Savannah", and "A Little Respect", Erasure have established themselves as one of the most successful bands of their genre. With a brand new album planned for release this summer, Erasures' debut performance at Stoke Park will definitely not be one to miss! Read More >