Pulled Apart By Horses to headline Southsea Fest 2010. Headline act Pulled Apart By Horses will be playing alongside The Strange Death of Liberal England, who will be joined on stage by a full orchestra. Tickets are now on sale for Southsea Fest 2010, the fantastically nautical themed new music festival held on the UK’s southern coast. Sailing into its fourth year, Southsea Fest features an incredible showcase of unsigned and newly established musical talent, with poets, DJs, artists and acclaimed established acts too. The not-for-profit Southsea Fest is once again taking place across 11 venues on Albert Road, Southsea, nr Portsmouth this Saturday September the 18th. Those wishing to embark on the journey can purchase tickets at £12 (adult) and £8 (child) via click here! With all of last year’s 3,000 tickets selling out, the 2010 event looks to set the sails flying even more, upping its capacity to 4,000 and introducing a new venue, The Kings Theatre. The theatre will be headlined by The Strange Death of Liberal England, performing with a 32 piece Orchestra, and compared by a very special Southsea favourite, 15 year old Huw Olesker, recently championed by The Times and Notion magazine. The festival is now establishing itself as a leading new music event, one ticket offering you the chance to catch a plethora of new acts without agenda.