Noisily Festival recently announced the main stage program for their upcoming 10th birthday in 2023. The 4-day music, arts and camping festival will take place at the new home of Barkestone Wood in Melton, East Midlands, UK, through 6 – 9 July.
‘‘Rooted in underground electronic music’’, organisers are introducing two new stages this year: ‘The Hollow’, focussed on raw hypnotic techno, and ‘The Nest’, showcasing all manners of live performance, from electronica & techno through to dub beats and psychedelic rock, with elements of jazz, and more!
The legendary Noisily Stage, ‘Liquid’, and ‘Treehouse’ will still remain as part of the eclectic program.
In addition to cool bars and chillout areas, the festival will once again feature various art installations, performers & dancers, stunning visuals, immersive workshops and panel discussions to take part in, yoga, and much more.
We have to say, it’s looking pretty damn good! Ticket info and more below…
Noisily Festival line-up, stages & program for 2023:
Tickets & essential info
With all sorts camping & glamping options available, Phase 4 tickets are now on sale priced at £213.00 + a £15.91 booking fee.
Noisily Festival 2023 will take place from 6 – 9 July. The capacity for this event in 2022 was approximately 4000. Visit their website here for more information.
Previous aftermovie (2022):
More about Noisily Festival
Noisily is a festival that celebrates the individual, cultivates understanding in the collective, and explores what it means to be human in today’s World.
Grounded in 5 core pillars, we strive to stand on the edge of knowledge, and to share that knowledge and information with the intelligent, open-minded people who come to the Coney Woods each July and join our festival family.
Whilst rooted in the electronic music scenes, Noisily is a holistic environment that feeds the mind, body, and soul. It’s a celebration of psychedelic art and culture in a society that is increasingly looking within for happiness and fulfilment in the non-material.
Blurb taken from their website.
Don’t forget to check out other upcoming dance & electronic music festivals in the UK via our UK Festivals feed. Image credit: Noisily Festival 2023.