Head East for Far Out festival

Music review
Music review

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.