Noisily Festival is a celebration of all things electronic music and arts. The festival is set in a beautiful wooded valley in Leicestershire, UK, and offers an alternative to mainstream festivals, with a holistic atmosphere and focus on the mind, body and soul. Taking to the stage this year are artists such as Michael Mayer, Gabriel Ananda, System 7 and Beardyman. When you need a break from dancing, you can explore the festival’s innovative art installations and visual arts workshops. Here’s your one-stop-guide to Noisily 2017.
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Noisily Festival Dates and Location
Noisily Festival is held in Noseley Hall, in Leicestershire, UK July 6-9, 2017.
Noisily Festival Lineup
Some of the top acts taking to the stage at the 2017 Noisily Festival are Michael Mayer, Dominik Eulberg, Gabriel Ananda, Acid Pauli, System 7, Andreas Henneberg, Tripswitch and Beardyman.
Check out the full Noisily Festival lineup.
Noisily Festival Tickets
General Admission Weekend Pass – $197
Campervan Pass – $81
Getting to and From Noisily Festival
Air – The nearest airports are London’s three main international airports: London Heathrow, London Stansted and London Gatwick.
Car – It’s a two-hour drive from London to the Noisily Festival site. Parking is available onsite, however, if you arrive in a car with two or fewer people you will be subject to a carbon tax fee. This policy is to encourage you to use ride-share company Go Car Share or use other methods of shared transport.
Train – The easiest way to get to the festival site is taking a direct train to the Market Harbour Station, which is a one-hour train ride from London’s King Cross Station. Once you arrive at Market Harbour station you need to take a taxi to the festival site.
Where to Stay For Noisily Festival
Most people camp at the Noisily Festival campsite, but if you don’t fancy camping there are other options, from hotels to couches to crash on. Some of our top picks include:
Airbnb – Why not rent a private room in a former Victorian schoolhouse, built in 1862? The old schoolhouse has been newly renovated and can sleep three. It’s 20 minutes to Leicester City Center. Book a room at the Old Schoolhouse from $88 a night.
Hotel – The Hilton Leicester is a great option if you’re looking for clean, fresh rooms and a hot shower. Set in a historic building, the Hilton is a beautiful location to unwind after a day of dancing at the festival. Book a room at the Hilton Leicester from $121 a night.