Flesh Festival have announced the UK’s First LGBTQ+ electronic music and camping festival with a majority female, trans, non-binary and queer artist lineup, which also represents a spectrum of ethnicities.
The two-day event will feature three stages, showcasing headline DJs including: Ellen Allien, VTSS, LSDXOXO, Rebekah, object blue, Jaguar, Syreeta, Hyperaktivist and Juliana Huxtable. Alongside these are queer London artists such as: Wax Wings, allyXPRESS, Hannah Holland, Nadine Noor, Samantha Togni, Angel D’Lite, S/HE, Ifeoluwa, Samantha Togni, Aisha Mirza and J.Aria from inspiring queer collectives such as he.she.they, Boudica, Pxssy Palace, Big Dyke Energy, Inferno, misery and intervention.
The event runs 28 to 29 May 2022 at Springfield Farm, St Albans, which is only 25 minutes from central London.
Many people talk about equality in electronic music but Flesh is taking real-life action to make it happen, with 100% of the lineup made of underrepresented artists and 90% of the lineup featuring gender minorities in music, including a spectrum of ethnicities. The party will be one huge celebration of forward-thinking LGBTQ+ energy.
Flesh is an event for LGBTQ+ individuals, their friends and allies; the festival is open to everyone wanting to have a good time. Springfield Farm is located in a beautiful woodland a stone's throw from London, near St Albans in Hertfordshire, 40 minutes from Kings Cross.
Flesh will also have food stalls, pop-up shops and play areas, and an activity tent hosted by Riposte, a queer club night with an artistic and community-based take on clubbing. This will be a place where people can socialise, partake in workshops and panels, share their experiences and relax without any pressure.
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Book your tickets via Flesh Queer Festival directly, the 10% member discount is then applied at the checkout.
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