No Man's Land Festival CANCELLED 2017

buy tickets now > Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017
Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex, TN3 9JT, England
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accommodation
£85 with camping
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Mon 17th Jul 2017


No Man's Land 2017 has now been cancelled.

The festival are working to reimburse anyone who has purchased tickets.

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The 5th No Man's Land Festival takes place from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017 at a location in Sussex.

note: this was originally announced for May, but the dates have been changed for July. The location has now been confirmed as Eridge Park in East Sussex.

The festival site opens at 10am on Friday 28th July, music runs until 3am on Friday and Saturday and midnight on Sunday. All attendees must vacate the site by noon on Monday 31st July.

Line-up

Planet Grunt Live Stage: The Skints, Asward Experience ft Brinsley Forde, Dub Pistols, Freestylers, EZ Rollers ft Ella Sopp, MC Xander, Gypsy Unit

The Asylum: Deekline, Slamboree Soundsystem, Gulgoo, Vandal

Enchanted Woods: Skazi, Avalon, Sonic Species, Nikki S, Liquid Ross, Dirty Saffi, Monk3ylogic, Nuky, Nick Sentience, Hypnocoustics, Chris Rich, 

The Bass Station: DJ Krust, Aphrodite, Kry Wolf

The Techno Dome: Billy Nasty, Crystal Distortion, Liberator DJs, Live from Hackney ft Dave the Drummer & Thermobee, & Marcello Perri, Nanoplex, Chicago Loop, Rachel Rackitt, Bad Boy Pete, manga, Paul Cortex, Syber Simon, Gav Ravenous, A.P., Ed White, Ross Nusesnse, Neil Munt, Rob Loco, Jay Me Cee, John FD, Tez, G13, Alex Jann, Tassid & Eski, Zoe Pounder, Will Penny, Deaf Rhythms, Jimma, Sir Barks

Tickets

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Tickets are priced at £85, a teen ticket (aged 13-17 years) is priced at £55, a child ticket (aged 5-12 years) is priced at £27.50, and tickets are free for those aged under 5 years. A car park pass is £7.50 and a live in vehicle pass is £30. Prices do not include booking fees.

More info

This home grown self sustained festival, a collaboration of UK promoters, artists, producers and audio visual technicians is held in forest over 3 days featuring 5 main music arenas, chill out areas, food stalls, festival shops, random zones, Theatrical performers, tricksters, street art and more.

More information will be here when available.



buy tickets now > Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017
Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex, TN3 9JT, England
find nearby
accommodation
£85 with camping
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Mon 17th Jul 2017


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