Festival Frolics: Dour 2011 Fleshes Out One Final Time.

This morning it was announced that the line up for this year's Dour Festival, taking place from July 14th to 17th, has now been completed, with a handful of riper-than-ripe acts tacked onto an already-astounding rundown that whimsically transcends genre, and takes in headliners spanning from Suede to Cypress Hill, Pulp to Papa Roach. Added to the summer's most eclectic bill are London oddball popsters Metronomy, Yank eccentrics Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and contemporary funk overlord Andy Butler brings his Hercules and Love Affair all the way over from NYC. Looks all set to be ever so special.
Four days of festival costs a measly, highly competitive €117, and can be acquired here if you happen to inhabit the UK. Further info, especially handy we'd suppose if you live in another country, can be found on the official Dour 2011 site.
Similarly, for those travelling over from these shores, The Big Green Coach fleet will Dour-bound. A seat aboard The Big Green Coach costs a mere £99 return, whilst a coach plus ticket package costs just £204. More info and tickets can all be found here.

Á juillet.