Patrice Baumel, Roni Size, Tristan, Sensient, & more for Noisily 2018

joining Stanton Warriors, Oliver Koletski, Black Sun Empire, Logistics, Avalon, & more

published: Tue 6th Feb 2018

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Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th July 2018
Coney Woods, Noseley Hall, Noseley, Leicestershire, LE7 9EH, England MAP
currently £155
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Tue 29th May 2018

The full line-up has been announced for Noisily 2018, which returns for a 6th year at Coney Woods, Noseley Hall, in Leicestershire, from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th July

Acts have been announced for all three stages:

Noisily Stage:- Patrice Baumel, Hatzler, Khainz, Louie Cut, Nanoplex, James Monro, Solee, Audio Anonymous, Ben Coda, Yuli Fershtat, Avrosse, Audley, Boss Axis, Switchbox, Hamish, D-Nox & Beckers, John '00' Fleming, Oliver Koletski, and Quivver.

Treehouse Stage:- Roni Size, Joe Ford, Far Too Loud, Rockwell, JFB, Ed Solo, Slackbaba, Featurecast, Nimbus, Bunkle, Slug Wife, Ill Audio, WBBL, The Chicken Brothers, Triptych & Mise, Niquid, Bassport FM Session, Black Sun Empire, Logistics, Slamboree Soundsystem, and Stanton Warriors

Liquid Stage:- Grouch, Sensient, Gaspard, Fagin's Reject, Allaby, Egorythmia, Aardvark, Flip Flop, 4D, Killerwatts, Evil Oil Man, Neurodriver, Monk3ylogic, Tortured Brain, Allaby & Bedders, Multiphase, Sneaky Voodoo, Bad Tango, Altered States, Neuroplasm, Breger, Antispin, Avalon, Perfect Stranger, Rinkadink, and Symbolic.

Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £155 for the weekend.

Tickets operate on a tiered system, rising in price as they sell out.

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Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th July 2018
Coney Woods, Noseley Hall, Noseley, Leicestershire, LE7 9EH, England MAP
currently £155
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Tue 29th May 2018


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