(Article originally published on Wild Thing)
So Farr Festival? What’s it actually all about? Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming electronic get together.
Some of you may not have heard of Farr Festival – the hedonistic gem located deep in the brush of Hertfordshire’s serene forests. Farr Festival, taking place from July 13-15, is now actually in its eighth year and is set to be even bigger and better than ever. The festival will showcase three new stages, including a brand new ‘super-size’ main stage boasting a capacity of 2,500. The Factory will play host to a number of top names in electronic music and we just can’t wait!
Farr has evolved from a small gathering of friends who simply enjoyed the same music, to a successful electronic event in an intimate location. The festival promises an eclectic experience that won’t disappoint. The three-day event has now become one of the UK’s most prominent electronic festivals. Previous acts include the likes of Ben UFO, John Talabot, Joy Orbison and Midland. Topping the bill this year involves a throng of iconic artists such as Todd Terje, Honey Dijon, Mano Le Tough and Floating Points who will all be taking to the stage.
Sanctuary of stimulation
If the dancing somehow becomes too much for you, there are an array of other activities to keep you endlessly entertained. Think complete rejuvenation for the long nights ahead with relaxing yoga, massages, meditation and hot tubs with prosecco. If the thought of prosecco in a hot tub doesn’t convince you, we don’t know what will.
The creators of Farr have consistently been praised for the size, intimacy and vibes of the festival. They have recently stated they have been tirelessly working to turn each stage into a piece of art. Come on people, it’s time to don the most sparkly outfit you can find, and dance until the sun comes up. Who’s going to be joining us?
Don’t worry, you haven’t missed out just yet! There’s still time to snap up a ticket on the website, and for those prices, who could resist?
Tickets available here.