Noisily Festival returns for a 6th year to Coney Woods at Noseley Hall, in Leicestershire, and the dates are from Thursday 6th until Sunday 9th July 2017.
There's three stages of acts announced! Check out all of the details here.
Early bird tickets have sold out, phase 4 tickets are now priced at £155.
In keeping with the site, structures will be made out of materials found in the forest, so the festival fits into the landscape rather than sits on it. Carpenters are already busy designing the woodland furniture and The Treehouse stage, while a decor team hope to ensure that the whole forest will be visually stunning. Music stages are licensed until 6am all weekend with bars licensed until 5am.
Over 18s only
Noisily is an entirely over 18 event, no children will be admitted. All attendees will be ID'd on entry so please don't forget it, and anyone under 18 will be refused entry so please do not attempt to buy tickets if you are underage, you will not be refunded.
Each person is usually limited to 8 beers or a bottle of wine. This will be for consumption in the campsite and no alcohol will be allowed into the main arena. No glass will be allowed onto site and bags will be searched on entry and excess alcohol and glassware will be confiscated.
Set in a woodland playground in the rolling Leicestershire countryside less than one hour from Kings Cross, Noisily is billed as "a fully immersive environment, allowing 2,000 attendees to truly let themselves go for an entire weekend of unrestrained hedonism."
Noisily is also a place of artwork, performance and participation. Attendees are invited to get involved and be a part of Noisily, whether it be just by dazzling the crowds with dance moves or designing and building an interactive art installation.
New this year there will be a yoga flow workshop, a vegan sushi class, drum circles and a sound meditation workshop
More information will be here when available.
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