Noisily Festival of Music & Arts announce dates and acts for 2019

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In 2019, Noisily Festival of Music & Arts returns once again on July 11th - 15th 2019 with plenty of exciting new evolutions and a world class lineup

With the aim of inspiring personal growth, connection and social responsibility through art, music and healing, Noisily takes place in the beautiful Coney Woods in Leicestershire and will be soundtracked by first wave names from the worlds of dub, house, techno and drum & bass such as Extrawelt, Mad Professor, LTJ Bukem & MC Ruthless, Icicle, vertical, Captain Hook, S.P.Y. and more more to come. In addition a full Mind Body Soul line up will launch at end of February featuring an expanded series of talks, panel discussions and a huge array of healing practices.

If you go down to the woods today (well, four days in July 2019), you’re in for a mind expanding and unforgettable surprise, because Noisily Festival of Music & Arts is like nothing else. It is an alternative to mainstream festival culture, a place to soothe your soul, interact with likeminded people on a deeper level and celebrate music, psychedelic art and culture.

Arenas are intimate affairs, with boutique design and bijou vibes. The whole forest site is brought to life with enchanting production, performers, arts & crafts, wooden pyramids, places nestled away to chill, fire breathers and so much more. It is an adult wonderland that feels miles away from the everyday, and is founded on five core pillars:

Inclusion: Diversity is inviting people to the party, inclusion is getting them on the dance floor - we strive to make everyone feel welcome at Noisily.

The Environment: Noisily commits to protect and conserve the local environment setting an example in order to inspire our community to live consciously year round.

Wellness and Education: We are dedicated to acting as a leading light in the UK’s festival wellness scene; an alternative learning center rooted in holistic and spiritual practices.

Community: We are more than just 4000 people in the woods for 4 days, we are a family. We will support and guide our community to a better future.

Creativity: Noisily is a platform for music, arts, psychedelic culture and creative weirdness.

Musically, the full line-up will come in the New Year, but there is already a fine mix of upcoming stars and established greats from the worlds of dub, house, techno and drum & bass including the likes of Extrawelt, S.P.Y, Captain Hook, Alex Stein, OPIUO, WAIO, Township Rebellion, LTJ Bukem & Dynamite MC, Vertical, Öona Dahl, Mad Professor, Scorb, Cid Inc, Icicle, Whiptongue, Beth Lydi, Kyrist and Kliment.

There is plenty more to come from Noisily between now and the first day of the festival, but already it is shaping up to be the art and music lover’s choice for 2019.

Line up:

Extrawelt LIVE / OPIUO / Captain Hook

Alex Stein / LTJ Bukem / WAIO / S.P.Y

Township Rebellion / Vertical / Öona Dahl /

Mad Professor / Scorb / Cid Inc / Icicle / Whiptongue

Beth Lydi / Kyrist / Kliment

Published on 30 December 2018 by Ben Robinson

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