Wild Life Festival – Preview
Wild Life Festival is back! Disclosure’s and Rudimental’s brainchild comes into its second installment after last year’s success.
With an eclectic and innovative lineup, featuring new blood and musical legends across dance music and hip-hop; this year we see the likes of Busta Rhymes, Ice Cube & De La Soul support Disclosure, and Rudimental.
Yet again, Grime is a domineering genre across the festival with Skepta, Novelist, and Stormzy, three pioneers from three generation gracing the stage.
As well as some new appearances from cult nu-disco act Todd Terje and neo-soul electronic R&B from Jamie Woon.
Prepare for another weekend of crowd-pleasing, non-stop dancing debauchery at Brighton City Airport.
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