Y-Not? Festival Announces Full Line-Up and Stages for 2017
The picturesque Peak District National Park is set to become a haven for music lovers between 27-30th July 2017, as Y-Not? Festival transform the beautiful Derbyshire countryside into a huge 4-day party.
The festival, which started its humble beginnings as a Derbyshire house party, has grown now to something that year on year attracts top acts to the stage. This year is no different, as the roster features enough acts to completely flatten the glacier-cut hills of the Peak District.
With amazing countryside vistas of the local scenery to enjoy as you soak up the festival vibes, and an array of top quality local food and drink to satisfy your thirst and hunger between acts.
The festival has announced the acts that are to play across the four stages over the three days, and the line-up is envious to say the least. They’ve even got Feeder on as Thursday’s headliner for those who like to get there early-doors.
Friday sees The Big Gin Stage play host to The Vaccines and Clean Bandit, while on Saturday they’ve got Stereophonics and Slaves. Sunday brings Two Door Cinema Club and Happy Mondays to the main stage.
Head over to the Quarry Stage on Friday to catch a load of Frank Turner and Cast. If that is enough of a drawer for you to head back over on the Saturday you can see Example + DJ Wire and Lethal Bizzle setting fire to the stage. Sunday features Twin Atlantic and Kate Nash.
The fantenticle Giant Squid stage offers some great names on the Friday with Heck joining the yet TBC headliner. Saturday they’ve got Tellyman and on Sunday they’ll be welcoming Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
The dance stage, tropically titled The Neon Coconut, features Jaguar Skills on the Friday night, then Saturday brings us Mistajam. Prepare for a treat on Sunday as house music royalty Norman Jay MBE will be gracing the decks.
Y Not? Festival takes place 27-30 July at the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire. For the full line-up, photos, videos and ticket information head over to our Y Not? Festival page.
Author: Ste Knight