Secret Garden Party Announce Acts for Their Wild Side Area
As Secret Garden Party heads towards its grand finale, their latest line-up announcement proves that they’re determined to go out with an almighty bang. The parties they’ve put on for the last 15 years have been nothing short of phenomenal, and the production that goes into every area of the festival is nothing short of breath-taking.
This week has seen the organisers announce the stage line-up for their Wild Side area by venue. This includes The Lost Woods, Where the Wild Things Are, The Labyrinth, and Little Gay Brother.
The Lost Woods Disco stage features performances from top electronic artists such as German tech-house duo Andhim, chill-house from Zero7, who will be playing a DJ set, and UK electronic music pair Maribou State will also be throwing down some wax as they bother the decks with a DJ set. There will also be live performances from Abstract Orchestra and Lazy Habits taking place in the Lost Woods Chai Wallah area.
Where the Wild Things Are is not to be outdone, as they play host to a plethora of live acts, including indie-rock outfit Clean Cut Kid, psychedelic art-pop pairing Let’s Eat Grandma, and Pumarosa. There are still more acts to be confirmed for this particular stage, so keep those peepers peeled on NextFest for additional line-up announcements.
There’s some top electronics to come on the Labyrinth stage. If you you’re into your house or techno then you’ll know that the addition of George Fitzgerald to the line-up is quite the thing. Hopefully the British producer will be dropping his immense acid track Thinking of You. Joining him are tech-house borthers-in-arms Soul Clap, and techno powerhouse Craig Richards. This stage looks particularly strong line-up wise.
Little Gay Brother will be inviting all manner of class acts to their stage, including Lewis Burton, the one-and-only Menendez Brothers (!) and Fat Tony.
Secret Garden Party takes place 20-23 July at Abbots Ripton, Cambridgeshire. For the full line-up, photos, videos and ticket information head over to our Secret Garden Party Festival page.
Author: Ste Knight