Strawberries & Creem has just announced its impressive line-up, which features over 60% female acts.
Taking place over June 17 to June 19, this festival is a 3-day-weekender which promises to champion "female talent with highly-deserved headliner slots and championing women across the festival."
Also on the main stage that weekend is Lil Wayne, marking the rapper's first UK performance in 14 years.
A Notting Hill Carnival takeover will also be "bringing all things carnival to Cambridge", after a successful run of the partnership in the festival's 2021 inaugural edition.
On the Studio S&C Dance stage expect to see the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Éclair Fifi and Disco Disco.
The Girls Can’t DJ x Havana Club stage will feature female DJ collective Girls Can't DJ and will bring the likes of Jordss, LIL C, Almass Dadat and Janelle Wynte to the decks as they spin dancehall, amapiano and more.
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Festival Co-Founder and booker, Preye Crooks said: “This year, as we scale up to a full three days, we wanted to ensure our musical offering matched that level of ambition – as well as reflecting our incredibly diverse crowd.
We have gone further than ever before to bring exceptional artists together, showing Strawberries & Creem to be a major player on the weekend festival scene. As a team, we also wanted to shine a light on some amazing genres and artists that aren't always celebrated in full at other festivals.
We hope we have curated a truly representative and exciting lineup, one that offers an unrivalled experience to our festival goers – covering everything from D&B and dance music, to reggae and R&B.”
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Pre-sale tickets are exclusively available to registrants from Monday 21st February at 10:AM.
You must sign up via the Strawberries & Creem website to gain access to these.
General sale tickets are available to book via Ticketmaster from Tuesday 22nd February at 10:AM.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter