A woodland house and techno haven
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Farr Festival is a boutique UK dance music festival, held each July in Bygrave Woods, just north of London. Farr's lineup runs from house and disco into techno, with recent lineups having included Dixon, Hunee and DVS1.
Transforming the unique and secluded setting into a haven of electronic music, Farr invites a selection of dance music's coolest brands such as The Hydra, Heist and Abandon Silence to help curate its innovative lineup.
And nestled amongst the woodland, just beyond the music, festival-goers will find film screenings, fairground rides and various other mysteries around every corner.
The last edition of Farr Festival included sets from the likes of Dixon, Hunee, Gerd Janson, Jacques Greene, Mount Kimbie, Maribou State, Tom Misch and Daphni.
Bygrave Wood is a quintessential English woodland, transformed annually into the boutique home of the festival. Only an hour from London, it is within easy reach of the capital.
Bygrave Wood, Baldock, SG7 5JX, United Kingdom
BY CAR: Post code for Sat Nav: SG7 5JX.
If you are approaching Newnham from London, take the A1M motorway northbound towards Peterborough and leave the motorway at junction 10 for Stotfold and Shefford. At the roundabout beneath the motorway bridge, take the third exit and join the A507 towards the Baldock service station. At the next roundabout take the second exit and continue to follow the Great North Road A507. In approximately 50m turn left onto the Newnham Road and follow the road to Newnham/Ashwell. After driving a further 0.3 miles you will reach the junction in Newnham Village where you turn right. Now continue on to Newnham Road for a further 0.1 miles and you will find Newnham Hall on the left hand side of the road. Please turn right onto the stone road.
BY TRAIN: Baldock is the closest station to Farr Festival and direct services run from London King's Cross. A taxi takes around 5 minutes from Baldock to the main site and costs approximately £10, depending on the time of day. Letchworth and Stevenage stations are also close, but taxi costs for these will be a little more expensive. We recommend booking taxis beforehand, as the service tends to get busy over the weekend.
BY PLANE: Luton Airport is the closest international airport to the festival, and a taxi to the site should take around half an hour.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
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