This upcoming weekend is projected to be one of the most exciting weekends of the year, as the highly-anticipated Wildlife Festival, curated by Disclosure, will be taking over Brighton City Airport on Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10.
Wildlife’s lineup will host a wide range of eclectic artists, from the Detroit techno producer Joris Voorn, progressive house legend Eric Prydz, grime superstar Stormzy, Essential Mix host Pete Tong, and singer-songwriter Tom Misch.
This year’s Wildlife Festival will host 6 different stages: Wild Life Stage; Warehouse Project Presents; Elrow Presents: Sambodromo Do Brasil; Tropical / Sounds of the Future; The Kopparberg Urban Forest; and the exclusive Heaven For A Day stage, limited only to VIP ticket holders only.
The gates will open at 2pm each day and music will start as soon as gates open, with some stages playing music until close.
Our must see artist for Wildlife: Eric Prydz. A legend in the dance music scene, he recently embarked on one of his biggest shows to date on May 27th at Victoria Park, taking over the Creamfields Steelyard and capturing the eyes and ears of thousands of passionate fans.
Prydz played a combination of his well-known hits such as Pjanno, Every Day, and Opus, as well as a few of his trademark IDs, some have which have been in his vault for over a decade. With Maya Jane Coles and Dusky playing before Prydz, it’s a guaranteed way to end what is expected to be an incredible weekend.
Last chance to purchase tickets and more information can be found at www.wildlifefestival.com.