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Exciting news! as we’ve just received a mega Nozstock The Hidden Valley announcement!

As we mentioned a while back they are back for their 19th year across Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd July 2017 July in stunning Herefordshire for a weekend of eclectic magic, inspiration and enchantment.

After recently announcing their first bunch of acts including Seasick Steve, Happy Mondays, General Levy, Rodney P & Skitz, The Correspondents, Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC, Delta Heavy, Hazard & Eksman and Break headlining a 15 Years of Critical Records showcase (Enter our competition to win Critical goodies & Nozstock tickets here). They have today just revealed their second phase of acts playing across the weekend including The Sugarhill Gang, Hayseed Dixie, Levelz, Ferocious Dog, Goldie Lookin’ Chain, Le Galaxie, Freestylers and Benny Page.

They have also announced a Brand new stage for 2017, Elephant’s Grave launches this summer, a warm and inviting wooded escape with an overhead canopy, adjacent to one of the festival’s lakes. By day expect the best of reggae, dancehall and rocksteady rhythms from the likes of Drumlove, Go With The Flo, Fat Stash, Kreed, Hold Tight Collective, Dutchie and Gardna amongst others. Then, by night, the new stage takes an altogether different direction, with house and techno on Friday night courtesy of From Berlin With Love featuring Morgino, Blake Parker, Worse 4 Wear, Will Richards, Nautz & Toppa and more. The Saturday night’s Forte party features more rocking 4/4 from Sonny Wharton, Dom Kane, Dirty Secretz, Innerkey, Luke Stanger, Jason Young, Tom Gatley and more.

A-side from the new acts they’ve also announced this years theme….. drum roll please….. ‘Keepin’ It Surreal’, so all those that love the fancy dress, get your thinking caps on!

For full festival info go to: www.nozstock.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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