Houghton Festival has announced its return dates for 2022.
Having been forced to cancel its 2019 outing due to an extreme weather warning, as well as its scheduled return in both 2020 and 2021 due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, the Craig Richards-curated festival is scheduled to return to Houghton Hall in King's Lynn, Norfolk across 11th-14th August.
While the line-up is yet to be revealed, organisers posted the following statement via their official website:
RE–TEXTURED festival will return to London next year.
Taking place in spaces throughout the city from 23th-27th March 2022, the multi-venue, multi-sensory festival has revealed the first phase of its line-up, taking place in Printworks on Friday, 25th March 2022.
A new Coldcut ambient compilation featuring a host of impressive production names will arrive on 19th November via the iconic duo's Ahead of Our Time imprint, their original label which was relaunched in 2016 as a Ninja Tune imprint.
Krake Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with three days of online programming this month.
The special 2020 World Wide Web Edition of the festival will feature live audiovisual works, a 12-hour multi-stream rave and more exclusive content curated for the event.
AVA Belfast has revealed the full line-up and a new, multi-stage festival site for the 2020 edition of the event.
Returning to the Northern Irish city from the the 28th to the 31st of May, the four day conference, exhibition and music festival will see over 30 acts descend on the new Boucher Road Fields site.
Houghton has revealed the lineup for its third edition.
Returning this August, the festival will host a number of dance music's biggest names. Returning DJs include Helena Hauff, Joy Orbison, Ben UFO, Call Super, Pearson Sound, Margaret Dygas, Ricardo Villalobos, Hunee, Sonja Moonear, Optimo, Seth Troxler, Jane Fitz, Midland, Shanti Celeste, and Saoirse.
The festival will also welcome for the first time the likes of Four Tet, DJ Stingray, Lena Willikens, Bruce, object blue, Powder, Palms Trax, Sassy J, Pangaea, D. Tiffany, and Peverelist.
Gottwood has begun announcing the lineup for its 2020 edition this June.
The 11th edition of the Welsh festival is set to feature DJ sets from the likes of Helena Hauff, Or:la, Craig Richards, Anz, Willow, Call Super, Young Marco, Artwork, Move D, Bruce, Job Jobse, Saoirse, and Nicolas Lutz.
SOPHIE, Mala and British Murder Boys are among the first names announced to play RE—TEXTURED 2020.
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Bang Face Weekender has revealed the first set of acts playing next year’s event at Southport Holiday Park.
Squarepusher, leading the announcement, will debut a new live show, while there’s also a rare UK appearance from Venetian Snare locked in. Helena Hauff will return after debuting at the festival in 2017, while the likes of Altern-8, Konx-Om-Pax, Plaid, Ceephax Acid Crew and Estonian rapper Tommy Cash are also confirmed to play.
Following a series of recent set uploads via her SoundCloud page, Nina Kraviz has now shared a recording of a recent b2b that she played with Helena Hauff.
The set took place earlier this month at LA event Secret Project where the pair shared the bill with the likes of Ben UFO, Four Tet, Mall Grab, Peach and Peggy Gou. It was only their second b2b set together after first teaming up at Mannheim's Timewarp event back in April.