Equinox Festival is brought to you by the old Alchemy crew and runs as close to the Autumnal equinox as possible, taking place somewhere in Lincolnshire from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th September 2017.
Confirmed so far are: Atterkop, Chinashop Bull, Doozer McDooze, Jake Martin, John Otway, Karl Phillips and the NGF Rejects, Mothcob, Omega Tribe, One eyed God, P.A.I.N, The Bar Steward Sons of Val Doonican, The Dyr Sister, Althea Sound, Bolshy, Firepit Collective, Folk The System, Gong, Inner Terrestrials, Mercurius Rising, Paper Wings, Reality Attack, Skiprat, Star Botherers, Steel City Rhythm, beastfish, Brian Stone, Deviant Amps, Fran Wyburn & The Indigos, Last Word Dogs, Nieviem, primeval Soup, Thatchers Bush, The Edi Johnston Bit, AOS3, Back to the Planet, Buff, Cara Means Friend, The Defekters, Family Ranks, Funke & The Two Tone Baby, Simon Wood, Subhumans, The Skraelings, The Sporadics, Contineum, Ed Tangent, Fordy, Lorraine, Magiclantern, Mr Chukkel, Multiseed, Prognosis, System 7, Tetchi.
Musically its diverse but well programmed with most music tastes catered for someplace or other on the site with hundreds of bands and DJs across our six stages, banging dance tents with crazy decor and stage shows to match. The festival has a 2am music license and the Big Dub Cafe will be open all night.
Tickets are priced at £83.50 for an adult weekend ticket with camping. An under 16 ticket is priced at £20. Under 5's are free and don't require a ticket, but will need to be registered. A Family (2 adults and 3 children) ticket is priced at £200. A car parking ticket is priced at £10, and a live in vehicle pass is priced at £30. Dog pass (limited) £20. Prices do not include booking fees.
Around the festival
The site will have fire shows, heritage crafts and workshops, walkabouts, enchanted wooded areas, healing areas and firepits. The Earthbound Misfits will be bringing their circus skills and children’s area.
Medieval Chemistry Ltd is a social enterprise that has been set up by the former volunteers and production crew of the Alchemy Festival. This social enterprise is a not for profit company and its main aim is to organise community based events starting with an event in September 2016 with the same energy and vibe that Alchemy was famous for.
More information will be here when available.
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