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Farr Festival

by Natasha

Farr Festival

Farr Festival

Farr Festival
Farr Festival UK


The Little Crazy Party in the Woods...

27th-28th July 2012

Newnham, Hertfordshire

Get lost in the woods…

FARR is a boutique festival held in a deserted forest just outside London. It has been running only two years, but has already achieved huge critical acclaim from party organisers and world class DJs alike.

2011 was a monumental success, with guests like Lee Foss, Julio Bashmore, Ewan Pearson. 2012 is set to be even better, and we are hugely proud to be joined by Ransom Note vs Society, Just Jack, Flux and Sancho Panza. Providing the soundtrack to the crazy little party in the woods will be artists such as Miguel Campbell, George Fitzgerald, Eats Everything, Jozif, Huxley, Waifs & Strays and Alix Perez, as well as a load of other DJ heroes, spinning everything from drum and bass to UK bass via deep house, disco and beyond.

The masses are yet to discover this gem and the organisers here at Farr want to keep it that way, so keep it quiet and only tell your best mates. Incredible music sheltered by a forgotten wood, surrounded by beautiful countryside, what better way to spend a sunny weekend in July?

All early birds have now sold out, but we still have a limited number of £35 tickets.

See you in the summer, no getting lost till then.

Farr Festival.

TICKETS: http://farrfestival.co.uk/
TWITTER: http://twitter.com/farrfestival
SOUNDCLOUD: http://soundcloud.com/farrfestival



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