Zoo Project Festival Announce New Location and Dates!


- Early-bird tickets on sale now

-          Praise for Zoo Project Festival 2012:

"What really made us go ape-shit is the stature of the line-up" - DJ MAG
"Become a techno animal at one of the top twelve festivals this year" - The Guardian
 "The roster of electronics on stage will include a selection of venerable godfathers of the genre" - Timeout

 

World-renowned Ibiza party animals The Zoo Project are back again to follow up and exceed last year’s most epic Zoo Project event to date - launching their second full-scale festival in the UK this summer!

In the grounds of a new as-yet-unnamed setting in the county of Spires & Squires, reality will once again be left at the gates as kindred spirits lose themselves in a totally natural habitat. Taking place 30th August – 1st September, the organisers promise attendees a diverse mix of the ultimate names in electronic music with untold hedonistic attractions, within the depths of a magical backdrop.

An active safari park provided the site in 2012, which saw Zoo Festival Project buck the trend as a stand-out success story in the toughest year for UK festivals in recent times - achieving a sell-out in its first year! Under a nation-wide cloud of cancelled festivals, closed-down events and miserable ticket sales, Zoo Festival Project’s silver lining shone beautifully over its 7000 mad-for-it revellers. All expectations for the three day event were obliterated, so what better excuse for the organisers to host another in 2013?! Zoo Project say:

Topping our 2012 antics is the goal and with this year’s wild new venue and stellar line-up we’re convinced we’ve cracked it, and are excited to start announcing some of electronic music’s finest and do what we do best – throw extraordinary parties in unordinary locations”.

This year promises to be an even more distinctive experience that will host a menagérie of immersive performers, flying aerialists, animal acrobatics, human contortionists and a bounty of other unconventional distractions. The Zoo Project team will deliver even more treats, encouraging festival-goers to shed their inhibitions and release their wild sides.

Now in its second year, plans are set to take things to the next level in an entirely new and bucolic environment, still within an hour’s drive from the capital.

A limited number of early bird tickets are now on sale, starting at only £49 + booking fee for a three day festival experience, including camping.

 

Visit the Zoo Project website or Facebook page to find out more about Zoo Project’s Ibiza, UK, and international news. Here’s a round-up clip from 2012 www.youtu.be/225UsfzKO2Y - Join us!!

 

www.thezooproject-festival.com // www.facebook.com/zooprojectfestival // www.thezooproject.com

 

For media enquiries and press pass requests contact Ben Allen at BAM!

ben@benallenmedia.com 

 

Notes to Editors

Last year artists from a broad spectrum of underground music such as Raresh, Visionquest, Ryan Elliott, Sasha, George Fitzgerald, Heidi, Ben Klock, Margaret Dygas, Eats Everything, Julio Bashmore and Chez Damier played on stages hosted by stalwart brands such as Secretsundaze, Ostgut Ton, Cocoon, Never say Never and DJ Mag.

March 1, 2013 8:09am ET by BAM!  

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