Big named bands and DJs such as The Feeling, Utah Saints, Radio 1's Scott Mills and westcountry favourites The Wurzels are among the line-up for this coming weekend's Rattler Fest.

Three days of live music, celebrity DJs and plenty of cider will be on offer at Healy's Cyder Farm near Truro, when the the adults-only three-day event will return for its second year, this Friday until Sunday.

Among the confirmed acts are The Feeling, Scott Mills, Utah Saints and Dub Pistols. Also joining the line-up are Sam and the Womp, The Mighty Offbeats, Antimatador, Jessica and the Rabbits, The Busketeers, The Bob Marley Revival, Black Friday, Company B and Roguey Roads.

Revellers can enjoy the likes of the ‘Après Ski Lodge Sessions’, ‘Pineapple Beach’, an Orchard Silent Disco, Club Fromage and go head-to-head in competitions such as ‘Mr & Mrs Rattler’ and the ‘Rattler Olympics’.

Rattler Fest this weekend at Healys Cyder Farm

Rattler Fest this weekend at Healy's Cyder Farm

Headline act will be The Feeling, the band that draws heavily on the harmonies of 1970s rock and which, since forming in 2006, has had three Top Ten UK singles and a Brit Award nomination. In 2021, the band re-entered the studio to work on their much-anticipated sixth studio album set to be released in May 2022.

Joining them at the festival is award-winning radio DJ and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Scott Mills, for an energetic DJ set, while world-renowned duo Utah Saints have released nine Top 40 UK hits, four of which hit the Top 10, and sold more than two million records worldwide.

Electronic/dub band Dub Pistols are a reggae-breaks-jungle mash up who worked with the likes of The Specials and Busta Rhymes, and Sam and the Womp are a British group experimenting by mixing different genres, whose debut single ‘Bom Bom’ shot straight to number one in the UK music charts in August 2012.

A full line up of bands, DJs and activities can be found at