8-11th July 2021 

Much loved counter-cultural gathering Noisily Festival of Music & Arts today adds John Digweed, Eats Everything, Ed Rush, Simon Posford, Dubspeeka, Quivver and many more to this year’s hugely anticipated event at Noseley Hall, Leceister from  8 – 11th July 2021. 

This latest announcement sees drum & bass pioneer Ed Rush added to the always popular Treehouse Stage. One of the true heroes of the scene has served up countless genre-defying EPs, played thrilling sets at every major club and festival and has knowledge and understanding to spare. Also playing this stage will be fellow d&b don Ed Rush next to Bushwacka!, Adrain Sherwood, Deekline, DJ Storm, Holographic and many more. 

Meanwhile, Bristol party starter, bass-heavy house lover and Edible boss Eats Everything brings his boundless amounts of energy and enthusiasm to the Nosily Stage with enduring Bedrock legend John Digweed, whose masterful mix specialty’s will never fail to take you on high class audio trips. Illusive Bristol bad boy Dubspeeka also joins this stage having made himself a real techno innovator with releases on the likes of Sasha’s Last Night on Earth. Quivver is a man who spent five years in DJ Mag’s Top 100 and continues to remain one of the world’s finest DJs and a master producer who has been laying it down in style since the 90s on vital labels from Maus Trap to Perfecto. 

Noisilys final big new addition is Simon Posford for the Liquid Stage. The producer behind Shpongl and venerated veteran scene sculptor and electronic musician who specializes in next level psychedelic trance music. These new additions come on top of an already mouthwatering line-up teeming with talent from all across a diverse musical spectrum.  

Noisily Festival of Music & Arts is one of the UK’s most carefully curated events, with a real focus on celebrating individuals, cultivating understanding in the collective, and exploring what it means to be human via the mediums of music, art and healing. The whole magical and enriching gathering goes down in a suitably mystic setting far away from everyday life – a secluded woodland at the heart of the English countryside. It is a unique site unlike any other and always proves a magical wonderland for the 5000 people who make the annual pilgrimage each July. 

Next to the music there is much to enjoy including interactive art installations and the Mind Body Soul healing area: a holistic space where hundreds of contributors come together to share knowledge and skills with the guests, including a full program of panels and talks, yoga and bodywork, therapies, workshops, sound healing, hot tubs and everything in between. 

In order to make the festival as safe as possible for all, there has been a large Covid related investment in Health & Safety. The original three stage plus various micro-stage format remains, only this year the line up is UK only artists which is an exciting development that means the wealth of talent on these shores gets a platform it deserves.