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Field Maneuvers announces Jayda G, Shed and Grooverider



Field Maneuvers takes returns in 2018 across 31st August to 2nd September.

For those that have not been before Field Maneuvers is a micro-festival with only 700 tickets available, each year they deliver maximum return of money,  you get four venues and over 65 artists performing on crystal clear sound-systems courtesy of Funktion-One and Sound Services over three nights in a secret location for a full weekend of sonic explorations and all out debauchery.

They’ve announce a stellar line up, joining an already hefty roster of residents and first names including Nick Höppner, Ryan Elliot, Eris Drew, Dr Rubinstein, Shanti Celeste, K-Hand, Ivan Smagghe, Drum’n’Bass from OG pioneer – Grooverider, Billy Nasty, rRoxymore, Eris Drew, Gideön, Brackles, Ben Sims, Elena Colombi, 2 Bad Mice, Shed and Jayda G – the disco aficionado known for sets spanning rare gems.

Plus, new resident, Shanti Celeste also joins Golesworthy and Gramrcy bringing Housework. Ben Sims’ Machine takes control of the Dome all night long on Friday. Jane Fitz and Jade Seatle return with Field Moves bringing a host of diggers and local heroes along for the ride.

With tickets at just £119 for the weekend, grab one now here: http://fieldmaneuvers.com/buy-tickets

Andy Blake – Auntie Flo – Ben Sims – Brackles – Cornerstone Soundsystem – Dj Hectick – Elena Colombi (New!) – Field Moves (Jade Seatle And Jane Fitz) – Local Group – Mark Archer – Mark E – Nick Höppner – Pete Woosh – Ryan Elliott – Shanti Celeste (New!)

12th Isle – 2 Bad Mice – Andy Green – Billy Nasty – Bobbie* – Chris Seddon – Claire Morgan – Dan Beaumont – Dan Thorman – Dr Rubinstein – Eris Drew – Em Williams – Gideön – Grooverider – Hamish Cole – High Fashion Technique – Housework (Shanti Celeste, Gramrcy & Golesworthy) – iona – Ivan Smagghe – Jayda G – Jaye Ward – Joel Kane – K-Hand – Laylla Dane – Machine – Mixmaster Morris – Neiyyar Inc – Nick Cobby – Paulie P – Photonz – The Peaceful Ones – Rough Draft – Scott Fraser – Scott Garcia – Shed – Stav – Sticky – Stu Crosbie – The Caulfield Beats – Telfort – Toby Nicolas – Truly Madly – Violet

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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