Houghton Festival has revealed the full line-up for its 2020 edition, which takes place at Houghton Hall in Norfolk across August 6 to 9 this summer
Following the disappointment of last year’s dangerous weather-induced cancellation, the festival is pulling out all the stops to build on the magic of its first two events, pulling together a mighty line-up of underground dance music greats
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Four Tet is making his debut appearance, alongside Bruce, DJ Stingray, object blue, Lena Willikens, DJ Storm, D. Tiffany, Sepehr, Pangaea, Mariin and more.
Returning heroes include the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Helena Hauff (pictured), Jane Fitz, Call Super, Hunee, Ben UFO, Andrew Weatherall, Joy Orbison, Powder, Pearson Soud, Optimo, Midland, Calubre, DMX Krew, Palms Trax, Gerd Janson, Margaret Dygas, Roman Flügel, Saoirse, Seth Troxler, Ivan Smagghe, Rhadoo, Raresh. Zip, Schatrax, Willow and curator Craig Richards.
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Speaking about the event, Craig Richards said: “Last August Mother nature denied us a big dance. The extraordinary circumstances and the learning curve that followed have only deepened our commitment to making this festival the unique celebration of music, art and good times that it is.
“The enormity of the cancellation generated a lot of love and support from the already established Houghton community. A great sense of togetherness came from the drama and disappointment. Suffice to say that this years dance is one of the most anticipated events of Twenty twenty.”
Tickets are on sale now. Head to Houghton’s website to make the purchase and check the full bill below.
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