Fri, Aug 28 · 12:00

Moovin Festival invites you with open arms and a big smile into a natural wonderland that comes alive with musical mischief, grown up fun, free spirited good times and a world of colourful characters, non stop laughs, performances and soul soothing wellness activities that play out like a cult movie featuring you as the lead star.

The festival this year is bigger and better than ever, while maintaining its bespoke and bijou feel the organisers keep the capacity strictly limited capacity as they feel this is a big piece of what makes this gathering so special . Moovin Festival somehow have a knack of attracting big acts to showcase in a much more personal setting than you would expect. The first headliners to be revealed are superstars from across the musical spectrum including Arrested Development, Basement Jaxx, KRS One, David Rodigan, Todd Terje, Mr Scruff, Eek A Mouse, Derrick Carter, Craig Charles, Beardyman, Plump DJs, Asian Dub Foundation and many more.

Moovin Festival is a close-knit and tasteful gathering of real music lovers that offers something different from the norm. The whole festival is loving crafted and curated with a real attention to detail that is made extra special by the free spirited vibe and fun-loving crowd who attend each year. The unique and escapist location is the eco-friendly Whitebottom farm in the stunning countryside in Compstall, not far from Manchester. The walk to the site itself is a magical experience, through Etherow Country Park, full of lush greenery, lakes and birds leading to a breathtaking natural gorge at the entrance to the festival site itself.

This natural wonderland then comes alive with pounding baselines, and eclectic musical mixes, walkabout performers and immersive performances, fire shows and hoopers, gong baths galore, workshops and yoga classes. What's more, despite the world class headliners, Moovin is all about offering personal and intimate vibes that are fully independent.

Price:
General Admission: GBP 105.0

Artists: arrested development, Basement Jaxx, Todd Terje