PREVIEW: Deep South Music & Arts Festival @ Brokes Wood, 09/09/2017 – 10/09/2017

The Verse’s Alex Berdugo previews Deep South Music & Arts Festival, taking place at Brokes Wood, Kent, on 9-10th September 2017. 

Have you wanted to experience the best of trance, neo-soul and house music, secluded in ancient woodland? Immersed in an intimate setting with other like-minded people? If so, Deep South Music & Arts Festival may just be perfect for you.

Taking place at Kent’s Brokes Wood, this unique festival will host a maximum capacity of only 450 people on each day. This retains the feel of a close-knit community, making all musical performances accessible to everybody.

Promising the crème de la crème of South London’s niche music scene, this year’s event is a haven for fans of all things psychedelic. Festival-goers will be treated to the ‘Club of Hearts’ stage and all the superb artists it has to offer. Expect to see groove and funk connoisseur Medlar taking the stage by storm with hits such as Walk and The Sun. Alongside him, Alyusha will be putting on a show with her moody neo-soul tracks such as Black Butterfly. You can also catch headlining acts Dark Sky and Andrew Ashong. It will be impossible to resist busting a move to the artists featuring at Deep South this September.

The theme for this year is Space Oddity, so you can expect to spot people in sparkling make-up or sporting flamboyant colours reminiscent of Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust. The festival’s micro-size allows for concepts like this become be possible, adding a new dimension to the experience.

2017 will be an exciting year for food and drink here, too. Deep South will be ensuring that all inhabitants are refreshed in association with Berliner Pilsner and Double Dutch Tonics. High quality drinks will be easily attainable, as well as top draw street-food provided by South London locals ‘Smoke and Ember’.

Don’t miss out on Deep South Music & Arts Festival 2017. An event like this is unique and definitely won’t be found anywhere else.

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