Noisily Festival has announced its music lineup for the upcoming event, featuring exciting partnerships with DnB heavyweights Hospital Records, Critical, and DJ Marky & Friends, thanks to new investments. The festival, now in its eleventh year, will take place from 11th-14th July 2024 at its stunning location in Barkestone Woods, just outside Grantham, Leicestershire.

With a focus on the future, Noisily Festival has curated a dynamic artist lineup for its main stages, showcasing the biggest techno acts to date on the Noisily Stage. The impressive roster includes names like Dubfire, Pan Pot, Ida Engberg, Township Rebellion, Mira, Bart Skills, and Raxon. Additionally, the festival has expanded its production, doubling the size of the stage build to elevate the underground electronic music experience in the UK.

The commitment to enhancing the festival experience extends to the Treehouse stage, where collaborations with Hospital Records, Critical, and DJ Marky & Friends have resulted in an epic lineup featuring Break, Camo & Krooked, DJ Marky, Calyx, and Kasra. Meanwhile, the Liquid Stage promises a vibrant lineup with Antix, John 00 Flemming, Liquid Soul, Modus, and Miss Lightbeam at the forefront.

Noisily Festival prides itself on being a holistic and nurturing environment that nourishes the mind, body, and soul of its attendees. In the midst of Barkestone Woods, festival-goers come together to dance, create, learn, and connect amidst nature. As part of a global family of transformative festivals, Noisily’s roots in the UK underground scene and Glade Festival movement have shaped its unique identity.

In addition to the music, the festival’s wellness program Mind Body Soul offers a range of holistic experiences, workshops, talks, and panels to encourage personal exploration and creativity. The arts program also promises to provide a visually stunning experience for all attendees.

Reflecting on the evolution of Noisily Festival, the founders expressed their excitement for the upcoming event and the opportunities it presents for growth and development in the years to come. The festival’s dedication to creating a high-quality, immersive experience remains unwavering, with a clear vision for the future of Noisily in the decades ahead.

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