Farr Festival is a showcase of electronic music culture and a heady mix of arts and wellness across one weekend between July 5 and 7, 2018.

This year, for the ninth festival, the line up includes Mount Kimbie, Tom Misch, Daphni, Maribou State, Dixon, Moodymann, George Fitzgerald, Kelly Lee Owens, Jah Shaka, Benji B, Lena Willikens, Mr G, DVS1, Shanti Celeste, Optimo B2B Young Marco, Shy FX, DJ Richard and many more.

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Now spread over four days at Bygrave Woods, the weekend-long adventure opens on Thursday, July 5 with a live set from Canadian producer Jacques Greene, who has collaborated with the likes of Jimmy Edgar to The XX.

Bringing in some of the Motor City’s vibrations, the lone masked prince of Detroit DJ Stingray is joined by Shanti Celeste (pictured below) to showcase their high velocity DJ skills.

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On Friday, July 6 ‘Original Nuttah’ Shy FX warms up the crowd at the Factory before Mount Kimbie are joined by a full band to perform their recent krautrock inspired long player Love What Survives. Multi-instrumentalist Tom Misch (pictured below) also joins Friday’s proceedings with a live performance of his eagerly anticipated new album Geography, followed by a superlative DJ set from Daphni, the solo outing of Caribou.

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Saturday, July 7 has Moodymann taking centre stage. Maribou State perform and George Fitzgerald brings his live show to The Factory, preceding dub aficionado Jah Shaka and Adrian Sherwood plus BBC Radio 1’s very own Benji B. Innervisions label boss Dixon will play a specially extended three-hour set at The Shack joined by Job Jobse, Running Back label founder Gerd Janson, Willow and Ma Dahu.

Sunday’s lineup is yet to be revealed. Adding artisanal food and drink, holistic activities; including workshops, yoga and meditation, plus hot tubs, talks and cocktail workshops, the ninth edition of Farr Festival offers a beautifully balanced weekend of music, arts, wellness and lots of fun in summer 2018, an essential destination for festival lovers which continues to flourish.

Farr Festival has evolved from a small gathering of like-minded friends into one of UK’s leading electronic music festivals, bringing an array of international musical talent to the tranquil environment surroundings of Bygrave Woods.