Beat-Herder festival has revealed the first names from its 2019 line-up, running from 12th – 14th July. After selling out of tickets in record time in 2018, Beat-Herder will once again transform Lancashire’s Ribble Valley into a technicolour party and escapist’s utopia, with more than 20 stages, world-class DJs, live acts & comedians, and many surprises.
Headlining the main stage this year will be Drum & Bass British 4-piece, Rudimental. They’re joined by dance legends Basement Jaxx (DJ set). Also on the bill are celebrated dance music pioneers Groove Armada, whose 15 year career has been marked by huge singles such as Superstylin and I See You Baby and phenomenal worldwide success.
The latest additions to Beat Herder Festival are below:
Rudimental / Groove Armada / Basement Jaxx (Dj) / Hannah Wants / Skream / Sonny Fodera / The Sugarhill Gang & Melle Mel & Scorpio Furious Five
Chris Lorenzo / Latmun / Macky Gee / Michael Bibi
Purple Disco Machine / S.P.Y
Dub Pistols / Dutty Moonshine Big Band / Henge
Opiou / The Lancashire Hotpots
The Showhawk Duo / Warmduscher
Benny L / Bontan / Dj Hazard
Dj Yoda / Illyus & Barrientos / Kettama B2b Dj Haus / La Fleur Metrik / Mr Scruff / Prok I Fitch / Utah Saints
Boe & Lx / Dr Alex Patterson (The Orb) Dj Set / Dutty Moonshine / Endor Featurecast / Gawp / Jaguar / Jfb / Klose One / Krysko / Mooquee / Nicola Bear Official Nancie / Phibes / Prospa / Shaka Loves You / Davos
Digital Foundation Ft Parly B & Tom Spirals / Doghouse Derelicts / Drum Machine Dub Smugglers / Pink Floydian / Scalping / Screech Rock / Stu Penders
The Plimp Souls / The Shodigy / The Rubber Duck Orchestra
Tier 1 and 2 tickets have sold out. Tier 3 tickets are now available for £150.00 plus booking fee from Beat Herder’s website. Tickets can also be purchased via monthly or 15-week payment plans. Glamping options are also available. The Beat-Herder Bombassador programme is also open, allowing loyal fans the chance to get free tickets and money-can’t-buy experiences.
Beat Herder will take place between 12th and 14th July 2019 in Lancashire.