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Iconic singer Grace Jones added to the Hop Farm Festival 2014 bill

01 April 2014
by Jo Roberts

Grace Jones has been announced as the final headline act by the Hop Farm Music Festival.

The iconic pop star and movie actress's best-known album was the worldwide hit Slave To Rhythm. 

Renowned for her striking looks, fiery personality and outlandish sense of style, festival organisers believe she will make the perfect act to close the Hop Farm Festival 2014 with a bang on Sunday, July 6.

Grace Jones is the latest big name added to the Hop Farm bill

Grace Jones is the latest big name added to the Hop Farm bill

Spokesman Neil Butkeraitis said: "We're really excited to announce world class superstar Grace Jones as our Sunday night headliner, completing the line-up alongside Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson and Ray Davies.

"Grace Jones is the high priestess of clubland and one of the planet's greatest living divas."

The Hop Farm Festival promises a three-day line-up packed with cherished favourites and new acts, including Curtis Stigers, Chas and Dave, James Blunt, Caro Emerald, Maximo Park and Marc Almond, among others.

The festival will be held at the Hop Farm Family Park, near Paddock Wood, from Friday, July 4 to Sunday, July 6. Adult day tickets from £68. Call 0845 0756101.

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