Head East for Far Out festival

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Summer may be over but there’s still time for one last festival.

FarOut in Burnley on Saturday, September 27, promises to be a a full-on 12-hour soirée, with live and electronic music across two arenas.

Organiser Gareth Hedge said: “ No expense will be spared with this event as we bring in the world’s finest sound systems as well as a truly iconic and unique lighting rig. FarOut aims to bring all music lovers to its gates and embrace what will be an amazing day.”

International DJ/producer wAFF (Hot Creations)will headline the Infectious Arena, topping a bill including Max Chapman, Matt Cooper, Michael James and more house/techno DJs. A two-hour Dirty Filthy takeover is also planned.

Over in the Irrigated Soul Arena, The Shift and Jeramiah Ferrari will be co-headlining an eclectic line-up featuring all the best of indie and reggae in one place including sets from Dirty Suns and The Swamp Donkeys.

Tickets for Far Out – held in New Road, in the Glen View area of town – are still available at £15 or £20 at www.skiddle.com.