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Lost Village 2017 announces first acts!


The truly wonderful Lost Village, which we announce last year is returning for 2017 across a new weekend of 24th-27th August, moving to the Bank Holiday from their previous two sold-out years in May, have just announced the first acts for this years events.

Set in the stunning Lincolnshire, Lost Village is like stepping into a classic Stephen King movie and a festival like no other, it has been one of our favourite over the past two years (including last years winner of Best Festival Set), intimate in size which makes all the better and obsessive about every little detail that makes a great festival, there really aren’t enough superlatives about how great this festival is, if you haven’t been you really should!

So down to line-up, they’ve got Moderat and De La Soul headlining… 

These headline names lead a carefully crafted line-up of exceptional music in all its forms, with sets across the village from Dixon, Nina Kraviz, The Black Madonna, Hunee, Craig Charles, Mr Scruff, Dusky, Jackmaster, Bicep, Ben UFO, Telefon Tel Aviv, Nightmares On Wax, Midland, Ibibo Sound Machine, Maribou State, Fatima Yamaha, Leon Vynehall, Jeremy Underground, Move D, Max Cooper, Artwork, Greg Wilson, Axel Boman, Gerd Janson, Legowelt, Joe Goddard, Denis Sulta, Fort Romeau, The 2 Bears, Boxed In, Horse Meat Disco, PBR Streetgang, Marcus Marr, Honey Soundsystem, J&AG, Mall Grab, Georgia, Ben Pearce, Avalon Emerson, Bill Brewster, Let’s Eat Grandma, Marquis Hawkes, Baba Stiltz, Fakear, Moxie Elder, Island, Laurel, Courts, Smerz, Alexander Nut, Theo Kottis, Julia Govor, Or:la, North Downs, Matt Karmil, Apres, Al Zanders, Tuvaband, Shy Luv, Laurence Guy, Mr Bongo, House Of Good, Donnie Propa and many more all still to be announced.

Get involved and we will see you down the front!



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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