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Back of Beyond FSTVL Announces Line up for 2020


Back of Beyond have teamed up with We Are FSTVL to deliver their biggest lineup of all time on July 4th.

For 2020, they have a brand new location. The stunning Colesdale Farm in Cuffley is nestled deep within Hertfordshire countryside on the borders of the London Boroughs of Enfield and Barnet. It has very easy access to both the M25 and direct trains from the capital. This scenic new site means Back of Beyond can expand and grow. They’ll have a bigger VIP area, lots of immersive entertainment and activities and all in an easily accessible site. 

The Line-up

This unique celebration of all forms of house, disco, techno and drum & bass music goes down with big headliners. These include Ellie Cocks, George Mensah, George Smeddles, GW Harrison, Jess Bays, KC Lights, Nightlapse, Saffron Stone, Sammy Porter, Alex P, DJ luck & MC Neat and Andy Manston.

Because of this new collaboration with WE ARE FSTVL, it has allowed everything to be improved and increased to make for a truly essential one-day festival. 

Reece Miller Founder and Director says; ‘Hertfordshire is an amazing place and all of us at We Are FSTVL can’t wait to support another exciting chapter in the now infamous Back Of Beyond story…..The show promises a brand new theme for 2020, an all-star dance music lineup and more magic than ever before! Seek and you shall find….The production is set to be immersive and explosive, with next-level light and louder than ever before sound taking you far away from everyday life. The capacity is increased so more of you can get involved and make it an even more unifying event, and the headliners are all at the very top of their game. All the much-loved Back Of Beyond Arenas will be back this year, but better than ever, as well as a few surprises

The all-new Back of Beyond 2020 is a mouthwatering event and all for a very affordable price. Tickets start at just £24.50 from https://events.liveit.io/back-of-beyond-festival/back-of-beyond-fstvl-2020/

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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