inSYNC Festival News / Friday 9th March 2018

Wilderness Festival / 2nd-5th August 2018

Considered to be one of Britain’s best small festival, Wilderness prides itself on creativity and arts. The event’s eclectic mix of live bands, DJs, theatre, food, dance and talks gives the event a truly unique feel and atmosphere. Set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, Wilderness is now in its eighth year and has gained itself an incredible reputation.

Wilderness organisers have booked arguably the festival’s best ever lineup. Disco legend Nile Rogers will headline alongside Chic, with pop band Bastille and electronica producer Jon Hopkins taking the other headline slots. The rest of this year’s lineup is below.

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Boardmasters / 8th-12th August 2018

The annual music and sports festival, Boardmasters, that is held in Cornwall is one of Britain’s most unique. Set on a glorious Cornish beach, Boardmasters features five days of surfing, BMXing and some of the world’s biggest and best artists, not to mention a whole host of other extreme sports. Boardmasters’ heritage goes back more than thirty years to 1981, combining a true love for extreme water sports, bikes, boards and some of the world’s most talented musicians and DJs. Now playing host to more than 50,000 festival-goers, the Newquay event promises the thrill-seekers among us an exciting opportunity to take part in the UK’s most active festival.

After already announcing legendary DJs The Chemical Brothers, organisers have now boasted the rest of 2018’s lineup. Indie band Catfish and the Bottlemen and singer/songwriter George Ezra take the other headline slots with a massive host of top bands and DJs playing across the weekend.

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Citadel / 15th July 2018

Citadel is one of London’s most exciting festivals. Launched in 2015, Citadel is London’s brightest new day festival. After hosting Foals in Victoria Park last July, the festival is back at a new location in south London. The festival is looking to continue its growth and popularity.

Combining a thrilling musical lineup with the best of London’s artistic creativity, the festival will take over Gunnersbury Park on July 15th and will host a UK Festival Exclusive in the form of Australian psychedelic indie rock band Tame Impala.  They haven’t played in the UK since their sub-headline slot at Glastonbury in 2016 and people are very excited. This is sure to be one to attend. Scottish electro-pop trio Chvrches will be subbing with Leon Bridges, The Horrors and Fat White Family also on the bill.

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Tobi Stidolph

Press Manager & inSYNC Writer


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