Glasto blues firmly set in? Head down to Noisily Festival this weekend for an eclectic mix of music, meditation and mindfulness.
Across 6th – 9th July, Noisily Festival will offer an alternative to mainstream festival culture, an inclusive haven where underground music thrives and self-expression flourishes.
Whilst rooted in the electronic music scenes with the likes of Michael Mayer, Beardyman and Acid Pauli performing, Noisily is a holistic, eco-friendly environment which feeds the mind, body and soul, offering spiritualism and opportunity for reflection in equal measure.
Set deep in a woodland haven amidst the rolling hills of Leicestershire, Noisily’s beating heart lies in the ancient trees, under whose protective canopy the yearly flood of participants dance and play. The Noisily tribe tends to the ground year round, building new structures out of local materials, continually adding to and improving the unique and beautiful site.
The musical program spans the breadth and width of electronic dance music across its three main stages, with Techno, Psytrance, Drum & Bass, Glitch Hop and House providing the soundtrack in the woods. Innovative art and sound installations run throughout the festival, with gastronomy, yoga and meditation workshops spanning across the weekend.
Noisily Festival runs from 6th – 9th July 2017, tickets can be purchased here: http://www.noisilyfestival.com/tickets
Trains run regularly from London King’s Cross to Market Harborough, which is a 15 minute taxi ride away from the festival.
Cars and campervans are welcome, a normal ticket includes regular camping and there is a boutique camping option on-site.