Perfect Stranger, Plump DJs and more set for Noisily Festival


Perfect Stranger // Plump DJs // Avalon // Mak & Pasteman // DEMS // Atomic Drop // Mt Wolf // Dale Howard // Hamish // Real Nice // Dirty Mother Phunkers // Moho Mynoki // Croz // Captain Flatcap // Cubiq // Daffadamm // Cash Back // Life Forms // Tom Real // Bahar Canca // Jasper // Croz // Captain Flatcap // Audley // Nick Duffy // Lizzle // Sampson // Rufus // Rollo // Christopher Boeing // Leckie & Shann // Fuzzy Logic // Fede // Miles From Anywhere // Pablo Vamoosh // Kearney Sound // Lucas Freeman // YoishPloish + More TBA.

Production by Bassline Productions

Stages hosted by: Real Nice // Soltek // Saints Don’t Sleep

Taking place over the second May Bank Holiday weekend marking the official start of summer, Noisily Festival will open its gates allowing revelers to pour into one of the most unique festival sites in the country – an ancient woodland playground – to be greeted by a haven for serious music lovers to party the weekend away in superb natural surroundings, mind-blowing installations and unique innovative arts program.

Noisily 2013 features two main music stages: The Tipi and The Tree House. The Tipi plays host to electro-house big-guns Plump DJsalongside a superb selection of electro and breaks acts on Friday. Saturday focuses on techno and if last years headliners Spektre and Matador are anything to go by, expect some great names! Sunday sees Bristol-based outfit Real Nice roll out fat and funky disco joints. Saturday and Sunday kick off with electronic live music from acts like DEMS and the superb Mt Wolf.

Heading over to The Tree House London promoters Saints Don’t Sleep, who’ll be bringing a selection of cool house guests alongside residents. Saturday sees another London-based promoter Soltek who specialize in bass-heavy beats featuring one of the hottest names in futue house Dale Howard (Noir) and Mak & Pasteman (Lobster Boy) Finally Sunday is aptly named ‘Psychedelic Sunday’ featuring one of the leading international progressive psychedelic performers on the planet Perfect Stranger headlining ensuring Noisily 2013 finish with a bang.

 Music stages are licensed until 6am all weekend with bars licensed until 5am.

 Although its heart is set in the pulsing rhythms of dance music, Noisily is also a place of artwork, performance and participation. We invite attendees to get involved – we want you to be part of Noisily, whether it be just by dazzling the crowds with your finest dance moves or designing and building an interactive art installation. We are merely Noisily’s curators. With multiple plans already flooding in that will amaze and hypnotize you, this years festival will be a place that takes your breath away. 

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