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Noisily Festival returns with Patrice Baumel, Roni Size, Avalon and more



Amongst the rolling hills of Leicestershire at the heart of rural England, Noisily Festival returns to The Coney Woods across 5th-8th July.

Whilst rooted in the electronic music scenes, Noisily is a holistic environment which feeds the mind, body and soul. It’s a celebration of psychedelic culture, built on the values of friendship, love, passion, nature and community. Across the festival you’ll find a carefully curated lineup of visual and interactive art, craftspeople, healers, and of course the very best music representing the breadth and depth of the Electronic spectrum.

Check out our In-Depth Review from 2017, to get the full breakdown on everything that happens there!

This year the line-up includes: Patrice Baumel, Roni Size, Tristan, Oliver Koletzki, Stanton Warriors, Hatzler, Grouch, Black Sun Empire, Perfect Stranger, Quivver, Logistics, Avalon, Khainz, Joe Ford, Sensient, D-Nox & Beckers, Slamboree Soundsystem, Rinkadink, John 00 Fleming, Far Too Loud, Gaspard, Louie Cut, Rockwell, Symbolic, Nanoplex, JFB, Fagins Reject, James Monro, Ed Solo, Allaby, Solee, Slackbaba, Egorythmia, Audio Anonymous, Featurecast, Flip Flop, ben Coda, Slug Wife, Aardvarkk, Aidan Doherty, Jorge Martins, Gus Emmett, Nimbus, 4D, Yuli Fershtat, Bunkle, Killerwatts, Avrross, Nick Interchill, Breger, Audley, Tryptich & Mise, Evil Oil Man, Boss Axis, Duffer, Neurodriver, Switchbox, Mike Wallis, Liquid Ross, Nu Horizons, WBBL, Monk3ylogic, Colebrooke, Niquid, Tortured Brain, Hamish, The Chicken Brothers, Allaby & bedders, Commoner, Add Simeon, Hynocoustics, Aliji, Tom Fu, Multiphase, LU:SID, Duburban Poison, Antispin, Gandolfi, Darshan, Bad Tango, Neuroplasm, Sneaky Voodoo, Nuyarao, Sutekh A/V Show, Neill Moore, Jon Sangita, Moonquake, Altered State, Perfect Chaos.

For more info head to noisilyfestival.com

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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