The Audio Farm 2016

Friday 22nd to Monday 25th July 2016
Hendre Hall, Aber Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 3YP, Wales MAP
£80 for weekend ticket
daily capacity: 1000
last updated: Tue 5th Jul 2016

The Audio Farm returns this year taking place at Hendre Hall in Bangor, Wales from Friday 22nd August to Monday 25th July 2016.

Line-up

Home of Drum and Electric Chandelier: Age of Glass (live), Harry and the Midnight Experience (live), Mama Moonshine (live), Jock Lee, Mobius Loop (Live), Drymbago (Live), Ed Holden (Live), Matt Ward, Dan English, Cy Humphreys, Rick Nicholls, Hugo, Ste Roberts, Luvjam, DNCN (live), Moid, Leon Mitternacht, Ant Blake, Lisa Oakes, Billy Blanks, Ste Chesters, Mr Paul, Tom Haus, Mr Lewis, Tay, Kerrie Anderson, Sam Watson, Black Eyes, Jacques Adda, and more TBA.

Jam for Peace Stage: Beatnik Collective, Treedrummers, Paul Bodwyn Green, Katherine Benbow, Joe Grocock, Ste Jones, Familiar Ghost, Hedge Gods, Tom Metcalfe, Consciousness Collective, Beaumont Brothers, Step into light, Evan Graham, Marc Constantine.

Circus / Performer: Colette Taylor, Sade Nadour, Beatnik Crew, Sean O Hara, Pippy Hoops, Paul Kettlewell, Paul Watkins, Vicky Partington, Mel Fleur, Ben Lilly, Senade Kilcoyne, Nicola Billington, Jess Rogue, Alex Durrant, Wilson Alston, Ryan Whittaker, Sarah Little, Andrea Hooping Harlet, Jess Hooping Harlet, Claire Hamilton, Josie Salmon, Joseph.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £80 for weekend pass with camping of £60 without camping. A car park & ride pass is priced at £10, and a campervan pass is priced at £25. A Friday or Saturday day ticket (non camping) ticket is priced at £30

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More info

In the true spirit of grass-roots Festivalism, the second annual gathering of the Audio Farm promises to be bursting with more creativity and innovative music. From the weird and wonderful curios and cabaret acts to the alluring and peaceful surroundings of the healing gardens, it’s a weekend of all out hedonism, or time to unwind and expand our consciousness.

Gates open 10am Friday, close Monday afternoon. Music will commence on Friday afternoon 1pm and will go on till late Sunday evening, so come pitch your tents early and enjoy the camp camaraderie.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 22nd to Monday 25th July 2016
Hendre Hall, Aber Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 3YP, Wales MAP
£80 for weekend ticket
daily capacity: 1000
last updated: Tue 5th Jul 2016


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