[FESTIVAL PREVIEW] Fields of Fantasy

Fields of Fantasy Festival
When: Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July
Where: Secret location near Bristol
Who: Jeff Mills, Skream, Denis Sulta, KETTAMA, DJ Boring

After two years of uncertainty across music and live events, and enough unprecedented times for one lifetime, it seems like the festival circuit is firmly back on track. And with that, The West Review will also be returning to normal scheduling, with wide ranging coverage of the 2022 festival season.

We’re kicking off our coverage with a brand new festival for 2022 – Fields of Fantasy. Taking place across three days at the end of July, expect a wide-ranging blend of electronic music hosted at a secret location near Bristol.

Over 100 acts from house, techno, disco and beyond are set to perform across five unique stages, each nestled within the stunning South West countryside. Headlining the inaugural Fields of Fantasy is legendary producer and electronic music innovator Jeff Mills, whose genre-hopping sound and industry-standard sets continue to receive rightful widespread acclamation.

Two of electronic music’s most consistently in-demand selectors, Skream and Denis Sulta, are also booked in to play, with Denis leading the lineup on Friday, and Skream warming up the crowds before Mills takes to the stage.

Fresh off a sellout performance at Printworks, viral sensation Partiboi69 is among the highlights on Friday night, alongside Scottish selector Eclair Fifi and lo-fi house pioneer DJ Boring.

All eyes are on Sunday night’s secret special guest headliner, who’ll be joined by Low Steppa, Jess Bays and Jackard on the main stage. Mella Dee hosts the Visionary Stage on Sunday, with support from a live set from Paranoid London, and a standout set from Berlin-based, Sally C.

Fields of Fantasy has gone big and bold with their first lineup, and offers it all for an absolute steal of a price. Full weekend camping tickets are on sale now for just £110.

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