Do you need an excuse to get your dance on at Land Beyond Festival?

Brighton

Land Beyond returns to Brighton for its second year, and it’s getting electric!

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If you’re a fan of electronic music, this festival is one of the best ways to kick off your summer. Huge headliners, great atmosphere, and an afterparty, what’s not to love? Says Hannah Bridgett.

Multiple Stages and Hosts

Land Beyond boasts a staggering nine stage hosts across the three-day event; bringing a brilliant wave of variety and a chance to broaden your music taste by listening along to different genres and artists. Some you’ll know, and some you’ll discover a love for! Land Beyond have expertly themed stages – such as the ‘Ancient Ruins’ Stage with cave performers and the ‘Lost Island Oasis’ Stage embracing island vibes and tropical flora. Great for those festival snaps!

Land Beyond Festival

Well-known Headliners

On the festival stage is easily the best way to see your favourite electronic artists and DJs. Land Beyond is no different – the headliners will have you clamouring to the front of the stage! Rudimental DJ is set to take over Land Beyond, joined by the likes of Example and Girls Don’t Sync. Other headliners across the weekend are DJ Craig David, Joel Corry, and Sigala.  

Discover Someone New

One of the amazing parts of festival is they usually have many lesser-known acts for you to discover. Land Beyond has so many different artists set to perform that you are bound to find someone new and exciting, whose music you can fall in love with! Some names into Sosa, Kleu, Volks All Stars and Kayne-Sway. If you love electronic music (which if you go the Land Beyond, you must do!), then you’ll love finding new names for the playlist.  

Land Beyond Festival

Official Afterparty

Land Beyond has an official afterparty that’ll be taking over a local nightclub. Make sure you grab your tickets to keep the party going for six extra hours filled with music, dancing and fun. Oden&Fatzo (Live) and Matrefakt are set to rock your socks off into the early hours!

How to get there

    

By train: Preston Park is the closest train station to the festival. A bus or taxi would be needed to reach the festival grounds.

By road: Parking will not be available onsite or in the surrounding areas. A shuttle bus will be available (details TBC).

Where to eat

    

No food, alcohol or drink is allowed to be brought onto the venue, but there will be many stalls and vendors provided to get yourself nourishment.

Accessibility

    

The event is fully accessible and disability friendly, with stewards happy to help with any needs. Please contact them to make sure they can assist you in the correct way.

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