GO.GO Festival, the ground breaking, independent 3 day women’s music festival, has announced legendary performer PEACHES is headlining the Main Stage at the 3rd annual GO.GO.
The unique, boutique, and ever so chic festival features international performers, DJ’s and artistes, alongside comedy, workshops and art and literature.
Due to unprecedented demand for tickets, the organisers have increased capacity for 2012 to 5,000, and moved to a new location near London. They have honed in on what festival attendees really want, by surveying festival goers and streamlining the event to suit attendees. New for 2012 are The Peacock Lounge, an intimate prohibition era gin palace, complete with burlesque dancers and themed events.
Friday night sees the Peacock open in style with a Dance Down the Decades party, whilst elsewhere, London’s Candy Bar and Channel 5’s Candy Bar Girls star DJ Sandra D are recreating the infamous London venue in the heart of GO.GO. The massive 2,000 capacity Big Top dance tent is back, with DJ’s from girl clubbing hot spots from around the country pumping out incredible beats, for 3 nights of hot clubbing. For a taster of the Big Top experience, GO.GO is going on tour, with Club GO.GO at leading LGBT venues throughout the UK including the Candy Bar Soho and WE LOVE.
PEACHES is joined on the Main Stage by Jill Jackson, Wallis Bird, and B*tch, with many more hotly anticipated acts to be announced. The comedy sessions, which have exceeded expectations in previous years, have doubled in size, with a comedy line-up exclusive to GO.GO. Other areas introduced for 2012 include high energy dance classes and classic chill out zones such as the Library, which features talks, authors and activities, and the Pamper Lounge, a relaxation area with massage therapists and hair stylists on hand for great R&R.
GO.GO Festival punches far higher than its competitors, delivering world class acts and a true festival experience created for women, by women. Expect the ultimate 72 hour girl party, from the team that bought you the No.1 UK’s women’s festival.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.gogofestival.com
Published on 27 February 2012 by Wayne Feltham