We’re delighted to announce that the Jägerhaus is destined to return to Bestival 2016
One of the most futuristic designs you’ll encounter on your festival travels, this year’s line-up is a thirst-quenching smorgasbord of advanced sonic sorcery taking in earth-quaking bass, skanking beats and mellifluous marvels.
A much anticipated live set from genre-resistant duo Maribou State tops the Jägerhaus’s Magic Meadow-based manoeuvres, plus they will have DJ sets from liquid DnB wizards Fred V & Grafix and Hacienda legend Greg Wilson, plus live reggae action from Stylo G x Jacob Plant.
Keeping you refreshed through the weekend there will be more live music from the likes of Theme Park, Boxed In, Trim, Elderbrook, Postaal, Raye, Bad Sounds, Pictish Trail, Virus Syndicate, Aldous RH, Loose Meat, NYTCLUB and 808INK.
And don’t miss DJ sets from Lemmy Ashton, M.A.X, Dirty Freud, Data 3, The Sultan presents JägerHaus Closing Party, Paolo Di Liberto, Ton Dis Up!, Simon Singleton, Deja Bruh, Pepper, JägerHaus Sunday Sessions, Top Rankin' Sound System and the Haus DJs who will be tearing it up long into the night.
There’s still time to book your place at Bestival with our amazing £25 deposit scheme. For just £25 (plus booking fee) you can secure your Bestival ticket at Phase Three prices now.
Pay the balance by 1st September and join us we venture into The Future with headline sets from Major Lazer, The Cure, Sean Paul & Wiz Khalifa and even more amazing music from Bastille, Years & Years, Katy B, Hot Chip, Carl Cox, Diplo, Fatboy Slim, Skepta, Craig David & so much more!
MARIBOU STATE / FRED V & GRAFIX / GREG WILSON / STYLO G X JACOB PLANT
THEME PARK / LEMMY ASHTON / BOXED IN / TRIM / ELDERBROOK / POSTAAL / RAYE
BAD SOUNDS / PICTISH TRAIL / VIRUS SYNDICATE / ALDOUS RH / LOOSE MEAT / NYTCLUB / 808INK M.A.X / DIRTY FREUD / DATA 3 / THE SULTAN PRES. JÄGERHAUS CLOSING PARTY
PAOLO DI LIBERTO / TON DIS UP! / SIMON SINGLETON / DEJA BRUH / PEPPER
JÄGERHAUS SUNDAY SESSIONS / TOP RANKIN' SOUND SYSTEM / HAUS DJS
Published on 25 August 2016 by Wayne Feltham