With the festival season in full swing, it’s always nice to unearth some lesser-known names…
Set over two nights in the Hertfordshire woods, Farr Festival is now in its third year and looks set for big things. The four stages will be hosted by Sancho Panza, Just Jack, Flux and Ransom Note vs Society welcoming big names like George FitGerald, Eats Everything, Huxley, Waifs & strays, Bondax. Click inside to get an exclusive £20 discount off tickets.
Now in its 8th year, MIDI festival has become somewhat of a mecca for music lovers who have a certain infatuation with the lavish beaches of South France. This year MIDI hosts an all-embracing lineup of talent, from the folk-falsetto god Bon Iver to electronic chameleon SBTRKT. What’s more is the enthralling locations where artists will be performing; with Future-Garage/House outfits Disclosure, Pearson Sound and 123MRK playing at the core of a pine forest under the stars till the morning, whilst Almanarre Beach (the windsurfing capital of the France) and Hyères racecourse take care of the rest.
As if the connoisseurs behind Outlook Festival hadn’t provided us with enough festivities to drool over this summer, they’re sister festival Dimensions will be unloading even more Electronic nutrition to feast
Win two tickets to Big Beach Bootique Brighton 5 with Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Luciano, Maya Jane Coles and more. Prize worth over £70. Click for more details.
In case Bristol doesn’t have have enough top festivals this summer, here’s another one to add to your diaries. Dot To Dot will be hitting Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester for one day each and Bristol is the first stop on 2 June. Listen to our Top five acts not to miss.
Golden Down is a three-day boutique festival launching this year with an absolutely stella line-up including Four Tet, Ghostpoet, Mount Kimbie, Lee Scratch Perry and Roots Manuva. Tickets just £90 + bf. See inside for more details.
Returning for its 5th year, Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Bootique is set to be Brighton’s biggest party of the year. Since attracting some 65,000 people in it’s first year, BBB has quickly become notorious around the world, with people flocking from all sides of the globe to rave it up. In 2009, an estimated 250,000 (that’s right, a quarter of a million) dance-music fanatics descended on Brighton beach in what was supposed to be a 35,000 capacity event, that quickly became headline news worldwide (you can watch live footage of the event here).