Limited number of tickets still available for Farr Festival 2018Posted on: 11 May 2018
Set in the rolling hills of Bygrave Woods, Hertfordshire, Farr Festival's combination of intimate setting, attention to detail and spot-on programming has earned it a reputation as one of the best small festivals in the UK. Tickets for this year's event from 5th-8th July are still available in limited numbers, with Tier Two tickets running low.
Renowned for their expertise at consistently putting together some of the best dance music lineups in the country, this year's Farr Festival is set to welcome the likes of Tom Misch, Hunee, Moodymann, Dixon and many more to Bygrave Woods. The festival has already hosted renowned artists like Todd Terje, Floating Points, Gilles Peterson, Jackmaster and more over the years - their previous billing posters read more like a who's-who of underground and dance music than festival lineups.
Set across six stages, the organisers have announced major improvements to their soundsystems, creating an ever-more immersive musical experience. Sound levels at noise-sensitive areas of the site are set to be increased, and various sound and acoustic treatments will be carried out throughout the weekend, improving overall quality and allowing for more volume.
Now on their ninth edition, Farr Festival has become a firm favourite on the UK festival scene over the years, one of the best of a good bunch that also includes the likes of Gottwood, Houghton and Lost Village. The Farr Festival team's attention to detail when it comes to lighting, stage design, food stalls, activities and more is evident, creating a haven of hedonism that you will struggle to pull yourself away from come Monday morning.
Tier 2 tickets for Farr Festival 2018 are still available in limited numbers. To get yours, now priced at just £125 (plus booking fee), click here to go direct to the festival's box office. For any more information, including a full lineup and more details, visit the Farr Festival website or check out their Facebook page.
Having moved to Bristol from Cornwall in 2015, Matt recently completed his Bachelor's degree in Journalism at UWE. He is keen on a wide variety of musical genres, as well as taking an interest in art and illustration, producing his own work in his spare time. Matt makes the most of Bristol's diverse nightlife and attends live music and club nights regularly.