Y Not Festival returns on 29-31 July 2016 to the gorgeous Peak District countryside with the newly announced acts including DJ Fresh at the Quarry stage for a headline set, SikTh in the Giant Squid + JP Cooper, Lauren Acquilina & loads more
Headliners The Coral will take to the stage on Thursday night, Editors will headline Friday night, Noel Gallagher ’s High Flying Birds top the bill on Saturday andSunday night will see Madness closing the festival.
Other acts announced today are Arcane Roots, Yak,Black Peaks, The Amazons, Vant, Khloe, Samm Henshaw, Kassassin Street, Beasts, Inheaven, Black Foxxes, Kagoule, Blood Youth and Trash.
Previously announced highlights on this years bill include The Hives,Kelis, Band Of Skulls, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Sunset Sons, Blossoms, Catfish And The Bottlemen, The Cribs, Everything Everything, Circa Waves and many more. FULL LINE UP BELOW
Also Y Not Festival showcases some of the great up and coming talent including Louis Berry, Dagny, Traams and New Desert Blues. Look out for our feature articles coming soon on the great up and coming acts that will be playing Y Not Festival this year.
On the back of last year’s success at the Y Not Festival in The Peak District, BIMM is to be an official partner for the second year – this time they’ll be providing the line-up for the brand new ‘Arnie’s in Association with BIMM‘ stage.
BIMM bands lined up to play at Y Not include: Circe’s Diner, Frankie Furlow, House Points, Penelope Isles, Orchards, Rory Indiana, Chay Snowdon, Beach,inSaturn, Rozelle, Episodes, Storme, Science of 8 Limbs, New Luna, Ele, Egyptian Blue, Thyla, Atlas Wynd, Mindofalion, Mother Me, Fur, Good Foxy, No Violet, Profound, Sam Brockington, Safe to Swim, Wild Front, Glitched, Bridges, Emlyn, The Rocking Horse Club, Seats, Thoughts, Barron, Luna Bay.
BIMM Artist Promotion & Festival Manager, Suzi Ireland said,
“After a very successful trial year, BIMM are delighted to have been invited back to run a stage at this year’s Y Not Festival. It appears every genre is covered from post-punk weirdness to soothing electro through to good ole’ rock and roll. We have a great team of students helping to run the stage as well, gaining valuable experience for their careers going forward.”
Party in the Derbyshire Peaks this summer with not only one of the finest line ups but great late night entertainment including a dance tent, silent disco, secret raves and friendly camp fire singalongs. Away from the music and entertainment the food and drink (alcohol) shines through, offering up local ciders and real ale.