The 16 boat parties spanning the four days of Hideout Festival will include Gorgon City Kingdom, Nothing Else Matters, Do Not Sleep, Numbers x Graded, Eton Messy and more. Tickets are now on the verge of selling out for a sixth year running. Hideout Festival has announced the full programme for their infamous boat parties, taking place between 26th and 30th of June with some of the biggest names. Taking a turn at the helm this year, with their specially curated parties, will be Bicep, Mu Nu Leng, Darius Syrossian, Eton Messy, Dusky, Hannah Wants, Eats Everything, Preditah, Danny Howard, Monki, Gorgon City, B.Traits, Jackmaster and Midland, and the now, infamous Welcome to Hideout Sunday parties. A limited amount of boat party tickets available via the website here http://www.hideoutfestival.com/.
With two already sold out pre festival boats, followed by daily boat parties every day, the festival is sure to be highlighted with outrageous talent and special surprises. The specially curated parties from the best nightclubs and artists in clubland include, Do Not Sleep, Feel My Bicep, Metropolis, Notion, Nothing Else Matters, Eton Messy, What Hannah Wants, Edible, Monki & Friends, Gorgon City Kingdom, Mu Nu Leng & M8’s x Thump, Future Sound, Dusky Presents and not forgetting Numbers x Graded. An unmissable part of the festival experience, Mixmag will be jumping on board to film three very special sets from the seas.
Those who prefer to stick to dry land will not miss out, as Hideout Festival boasts one of its most eclectic line ups to date with artists spanning the breadth of the electronic music spectrum. Over 150 artists will perform across the five stages on Zrce Beach . These include Skepta, Jamie xx, John Talabot, Hot Since 82, Andy C, The Martinez Brothers and many more.
Parties running day to night span across sea and land from the 26th – 30th June, promising ‘round the clock, unforgettable entertainment. Daily pool parties kick off from 3pm – 8pm, hosted by good friends of Hideout including BBC Radio 1, Paradise, Jackathon and Elrow.
Festpop Staff Writer Laura Capito