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Horizon Festival touches down In Andorra For 2017



Having outgrown its previous home in Bulgaria, Horizon Festival is set for an exciting new chapter with even more diverse and eclectic sounds, stunning views, incredible skiing and snowboarding terrain and unparalleled late-night parties at its new home in Andorra from Sunday 26th March – Sunday 2nd April 2017.

Taking over the village of Arinsal, close to the borders of France and Spain, festival-goers can dive into the celebrated Horizon programme, with an eclectic musical selection of artists, DJs and live acts from across the musical spectrum. Leading the first artist announcement for 2017 is a true mix of styles and influences, with grime superstar-in-waiting AJ TraceyOneman and explosive genre morphers Yussef Kamaal all dipping their own flavour into the Horizon experience. It’s an experience which has included many collaborative sets over the last few years, and 2017 is no exception with acclaimed spinner Ben UFO B2B Midland for a memorable journey through underground dance.


Two of the most exciting and popular underground stars, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Horizon veteran KiNK will be playing their first shows of 2017 in Arinsal, promising festival-goers an exclusive first look at their revered new shows. The revered UK drum and bass label Shogun Audio, Icicle, Rockwell and Technimatic, MumdanceChannel One Soundsystem and slick producer Avalon Emerson all bringing their own flair to further nights across the Andorran hills.

Speaking about the announcement, KiNK said:  “I’ve seen the evolution of Horizon Festival since the first edition, as I’ve played at the festival every year and I feel very connected to it. Each time it has been special and I`m looking forward to playing Horizon this year too”

Tickets + travel packages are on sale now from: http://horizonfestival.net/

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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