Noisily Festival of Music & Arts is a cultural gathering in the woods near Market Harborough, Leicestershire form 9 – 12 July 2020.

This year the pillars of its offering revolve around music and food, of course, but also yoga, art markets, Mind Body Soul healing areas, bodywork and much more. 

The music plays out over three stages and the theme for this year is We Are Nature. 

OC Verde, Nanoplex, Adrian Sherwood, Altered State, Atomic Drop, DJ Storm, Goldie, Gregor Tresher, Gaudi, Layo & Bushwacka and plenty of others all play, but here are five of the best we think you need to see. 

Frankey & Sandrino
This German pair have individually been active with electronic music well over a decade now. Together they have flawed their slick sounds on the likes of Freerange Records and Kompakt Records and played all over the world. Their slick sound is full of groove so do not miss. 

Gregor Tresher
This long time techno and electro legend Gregor Tresher has his own Break New Soul label and has been a pin up for many years. His melodies and drums are second to none and he has also landed on the likes of Ovum. There is little he cannot do to impress. 

Daniele Gaudi, better known simply as Gaudi, is an Anglo-Italian musician and record producer. Since the beginning of his career in 1981, his music has crossed the genres of dub, electronica, reggae and worldbeat which means he is a perfect fit for the always eclectic Noisily Festival and will take you on a true trip. 

Dub FX 
Dub FX is completely independent, using only live performance, word of mouth, internet social networking, and a number of easily accessible free samples. His music has still reached the masses simply because of how unique it is in the way it mixes dubstep, hip hop, drum & bass, jungle and more. 

Hidden Empire
This pair’s  euphoric and uplifting combination of straight drums and hypnotic melodies is made for enormous sound systems and long club nights. Stil vor Talent, Suara, Traum Schallplatten and Filth on Acid have all put out their music and it is direct and distant to say the least.
Ticket Price: £157 – £187 + BF
Car Parking: £20 + BF
Campervan Passes: £75 – £95 + BF