Boomtown Fair Returns to Hampshire this August

Boomtown Fair

Boomtown is one of the most eclectic festivals around. Boasting a range of genre’s from reggae to jazz, hip-hop to punk, it’s simply a celebration of all things musical. This is just one of the reasons this independent festival is completely unique and unrivaled.

It’s not just about the music, as there’s so much more to look forward to at Boomtown. It’s essentially a pop-up city offering a mythical backstory, historical legends and intricate twists and tales. Welcoming every music-lover, no matter the age, gender or music taste, it’s a true escapist wonderland. Not only that, but there are 25 themed main stages to showcase the incredibly varied musical talent.

As well, you’ll be able to take part in craft and healing workshops and interactive play and workshops for families, including forest school adventures. Some of the country’s leading thinkers and activists will also be giving talks and discussions.

To get a true taste of what Boomtown Fair has to offer, check out this video showing a snippet of last year’s festivities:

It’s now gearing up to come back to Hampshire, and will be taking over Matterley Estate in Winchester from Thursday 9th – Sunday 12th August, and the line-up is as impressive as ever. From Gorillaz and Enter Shikari, to Shy FX and Soul II Soul, as well as The Skatalites, Lady Leshurr and many more! This year is proving to be just as diverse as ever.

If you’d like to listen to some of the artists that are performing at this years’ Boomtown Fair, check out our playlist below:

Tickets are on sale now, so make sure you don’t miss out on this truly unique event!

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Hannah is a Marketing Executive at See Tickets, and a Magazine Journalism graduate from the University of Sunderland. If it’s a sci-fi or fantasy franchise, she’s probably spending most of her wages on it. Any money she’s got left goes on gigs and her cat (not always in that order).