Billed as a festival of the unique and petite - the festival promoters are an independently funded group of friends and have no involvement in corporate organisations or receive any sponsorship. Their sole motive is to bring good people together to have a good time in beautiful surroundings.
Beat-Herder Festival's uniqueness lies in the fact that it evolved from the northern underground party scene and is spiced with artistry, musical madness and theatrical nonsense.
The festival is split into five areas with live music, DJ sets and workshops, the Pixie Pictures Cinema, contemporary art, and many other attractions including face painting. There will be plenty of food on offer and a range of stalls and much more.
There's a huge amount going on at this festival - expect to find the Pixie Pictures Cinema which uses the power of the sun and wind to function and operates in remote areas, there will be contemporary art and plenty of workshops.
Happy MondaysThe Bloody Beetroots The Orb Boney M. Klangkarussell Live Vitalic Live Dub Pistols Chainska Brassica Gypsy Hill Ibibio Sound Machine Mr Scruff Utah Saints Timo Maas Riva Starr Greg Wilson Paul Taylor (Retro) Krysko B2b Greg Lord Eton Messy DJ's Wolf Alice Bipolar Sunshine Dems Rag N Bone Man The Dirty Gentlemen That Fucking Tank Family Rain Shopping Gorgeous George Eagles for Hands Vessels Arkon Fly Galaxians Koan Sound Anne Savage Gideon Conn The Allergies Goldie Lookin Chain Dub Phizix & Strategy DJ Format Steve Cobby Ixy (Spiral Tribe) Mark Turner Fire Beneath the Sea High Cross Society Snow Apple Ivan Campo Afrobilly Jones Bells in the Birches Paper Cranes Chloe Foy The Inexplicables Olivia Fern Vieka Espai Pareidolia
Phone: 01535 611100
The Beat-Herder Ltd
River Technology Park