WHAT IS AUDIO FARM FESTIVAL 2018 ALL ABOUT?

Audio Farm Festival reopens the gates in 2018 under the original alias, keeping to its evolving nomadic roots at a new site, whilst One Tribe Festival takes a fallow year.

2017 saw One Tribe Festival blossom like a magical flower from its Audio Farm tree, from a seed that was planted at the first festival in 2013. So from the crew that brought you One Tribe, expect more of the same magic, music, people, energy, love, laughter and beauty, but in a more intimate space at Audio Farm Festival 2018.

The journey continues in a new and exciting venue at Shropshire’s Hopton Court. Nestled in the heart of breathtaking borderland countryside, the watercolour beauty of this Georgian country estate has uniquely stunning parklands, walled gardens, ponds and a beautiful out buildings, where Audio Farm will transform the site into a microcosm of light, sights, sounds and new experiences, etched together into a mesmeric harmony lasting over 4 days.

Audio Farm Festivals innovative stages play host to a wealth of handpicked bands, artists and DJ’s, playing a glittering array of music from all corners of our known universe. From sun kissed House beats on the Sundance Stage and clinical Techno pulses in Home of the Drum, to sporadic breaks and rattling subs in the Depths of Bass, and the psychedelic beats of The Trip. The Mandala Stage and The Nest is a galaxy of eclectic bands, world musicians, vocal acrobats and solo sirens that will take you to places both familiar and new, all interwoven with a rich tapestry of drumming collectives, circus performers and fire dancers, colouring the day and illuminating the night.

The Festival is a wealth of experiences, stimulating all the human senses and opening the portals to a world of possibilities in an explosion of imagination. A safe space to expand skill sets with progressive workshops and talks, where talented and knowledgeable healers offer alternative treatments to rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul through holistic disciplines, massage, guided meditation, gong baths, yoga and shamanic journeys.

Independent throughout, Audio Farm Festival is proudly a non-profit, non-corporate organism that funds the work of The Green Paw Project with its profits. A charity that resolutely works to save and improve the lives of helpless and vulnerable animals in third world countries.

So join the tribe again at Audio Farm Festival this summer and create indelible memories where footprints fade.


AUDIO FARM FESTIVAL 2018 - FULL LINE UP

Audio Farm Festival 2018 full line-up. Looking mega!

Have a lovely week full of love, laughter and music ❤️❤️

 


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Wonderful article about Audio Farm Festival 2018. Thanks Milly Day at Festival-traveller.

Only 7 weeks to go. Have you got your tickets yet?

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AUDIO FARM FESTIVAL 2018 ANNOUNCEMENT - INTRODUCING.... SURGEON

Less than a week after the announcement of Carl Craig, and after many years of being at the top of our hit list, Audio Farm are over the moon to announce our latest headliner… experimental Techno Don; Surgeon.

Since as far back as 1992 Surgeon has been a stalwart of the tougher, industrial, and darker edges of Techno. From there he has gone on to collaborate and remix a long and glittering list of prolific artists, and has also influenced the new wave of modern day Techno artists.

Surgeon will be joining us instead of Kevin Saunderson, who is sadly now unable to make his performance at Audio Farm Festival.

Audio Farm are super ecstatic to see both Carl Craig and Surgeon debut for us.


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS - INTRODUCING... CARL CRAIG

Audio Farm are beyond excited to announce Carl Craig at Audio Farm Festival 2018. A true Detroit innovator whose sound has seamlessly weaved through varying shades of techno, soul, jazz, electro and beyond.

Carl has come in to replace Blawan, who can’t make it unfortunately due to circumstances out of his and our control.

Words simply cannot do justice to Carl’s contribution and relevance to the worldwide Techno scene. It's fair to say we are suitably jubilant to finally have him shake the roots of the Sundance Stage dancefloor.