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2011 FESTIVAL GUIDE


PRE-FESTIVAL PLAYLIST


01 ‘Nothing’ The Egg


05 - 06 AUGUST 2011 Compton Hall nr Fakenham, Norfolk JELLY FESTIVAL


residente of Compton Hall itself, the early inception of the festival was Mazestock, but it grew beyond having the ground’s maze at the heart of it, and swelled to encompass all generations, and an eclectic line-up of party-driven performers. Tis year, Jelly Festival brings the inside out, as the Hall’s grounds get given a house party blueprint; a Living Room stage, Bedroom Big Top and Kitchen food area are enough to make you feel home sweet home. Te line-up takes its usual ethos of bringing a complete mixed bag of jelly tots, both household names and local favourites, with this year’s notables being timeless British electro outfit, Freestylers, and Te Egg, UK’s electro-funk favourites. Tickets are available online now for just £40 for the whole weekend from www.jellyfestival.com


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or the past three years, Jelly Festival has been the summer event that has broken the mould… In the most blooming part of beautiful Norfolk, South Creake near Fakenham, Jelly Festival returns for its 4th pop at being the highlight of our summer. What was once a vision from Ben Gardner, el


02‘Checkee Checkee’ Radioactive Man


03‘This City’ ft. Tali Freestylers


04‘Sin Frontera’ Guateque


05‘Train Song’ Concrete Disco


DON’T MISS Freestylers


PRE-FESTIVAL PLAYLIST


01 ‘Block Rockin’ Beats’ The Chemical Brothers


04 - 07 AUGUST 2011 Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire THE BIG CHILL 2011 T


he Big Chill was a one-time venture of friends, a Union Chapel party whose notion evolved rapidly into an outside festival affair. Te early festival took in Wales, it even made Norfolk its home in 1996, but with its signature style making a heavy imprint in the summer’s social calendar, the hungry hippos of the industry


wanted a bite, and the festival moved to the top of the food chain as part of Festival Republic’s portfolio, where it sits now. It is known for being a way of life – the kind that Gandhi would feel pretty at ease with and now the message is spread not only through the festival, but through their bars and label as well. For all its heritage though, a festival’s only as good as its upcoming line-up, and this year’s cements their position as one of the UK’s faves. Te artists named service the dance and urban fans well, with Kanye West, JanelleMonae, Annie Nightingale and Chemical Brothers being amongst the list, but that’s by no means their signature sound; they also take in sounds as wide as Robert Plant, the dazzling Warpaint and guitar virtuosos, Rodrigo y Gabriela. Tis lot will seriously get your blood pumping, so to realign your inner calm, you get to take in the festival’s therapy area to achieve a deserved level of calm…


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02‘Undertow’ Warpaint


03‘Sound of Kuduro’ Buraka Som Sistema


04‘CMYK’ James Blake


05‘Diablo Rojo’ Rodrigo y Gabriela


DON’T MISS Warpaint


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