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Secret Garden Party 2017

  • Abbots Ripton, United Kingdom
  • 20-23 July 2017
  • Alternative
  • Electronic
  • Indie
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The final edition

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Secret Garden Party is a creative, eclectic and alternative music festival that takes place in the UK. Its lineup comprises electronic, indie, folk, pop and more, but where the festival really comes into its own is through the magical environment it creates in its own little corner of the English countryside.

An annual theme advises the artistic staging, festival decoration and fancy-dress as an almost unrivalled attention to detail and playfulness transforms the site into a magical wonderland. This year's theme is fame, media and celebrity, giving its unique take on this troubling vision of our world. 

Added to that, ecological and environmental responsibility, close links to charitable causes and an obvious concern for the safety and wellbeing of festival-goers give SGP a clear ethos that makes it one of the most welcoming and inclusive festivals in the world. 

The festival have also announced that this year's edition will be their last. You can read the full statement from the organisers here.

Headliners

  • Crystal Fighters
  • Metronomy
  • Toots and the Maytals

Lineup

  • Crystal Fighters
  • Metronomy
  • Toots and the Maytals
  • Wild Beasts
  • Peaches
  • Ray BLK
  • Honne
  • Jagwar Ma
  • Jeremy Loops
  • Rejjie Snow
  • Tom Misch
  • Kate Nash
  • Akala
  • Deap Vally
  • Zak Abel
  • Etta Bond
  • Let's Eat Grandma
  • Anteros
  • Jorja Smith
  • Fickle Friends
  • Bonzai
  • The Moonlandingz
  • All Them Witches
  • Jain
  • Pumarosa
  • Will Joseph Cook
  • Tom Grennan
  • Mabel
  • Be Charlotte
  • Toothless
  • North Downs
  • Seramic
  • Charlotte OC
  • Aine Cahill
  • Cosmo Sheldrake
  • Mont Jake

Where The Wild Things Are

  • Jain
  • Akala
  • Zak Abel
  • The Moonlandingz
  • Bonzai
  • Pumarosa
  • All Them Witches
  • Clean Cut Kid
  • Mabel
  • Etta Bond
  • Be Charlotte
  • Toothless
  • North Downs
  • Let's Eat Grandma
  • Seramic
  • Boxed In
  • Laurel
  • Áine Cahill
  • Croox
  • Cosmo Sheldrake
  • Alice Jemima
  • Mont Jake
  • Wowh
  • Oscar Mic
  • Lost Colours
  • Malka
  • Sasha Brown
  • Gecko
  • Mr Vast
  • Ned Dylan
  • Earl Okin
  • All About Tobe

The Labyrinth

  • George FitzGerald
  • Maribou State [DJ set]
  • Soul Clap
  • Jonas Rathsman
  • Craig Richards
  • Man Power
  • Honey Soundsystem
  • Maxxi Soundsystem
  • Luke Solomon
  • Pedestrian
  • Waze & Odyssey
  • Felix Dickenson
  • Matt Tolfrey
  • Adam Shelton
  • Dave Harvey
  • Waifs & Strays
  • Christophe
  • Bobby Pleasure
  • Itchy Rich
  • Charlie McFarley
  • Ollie Mundy
  • Ashley Wild
  • Sleazy Wonder
  • For Better Or Worse

The Lost Wood

  • andhim
  • Jonas Rathsman
  • Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi
  • Flamingods [DJ set]
  • Jono Ma
  • Olaf Stuut [live]
  • Polynation [DJ set]
  • Mojo Filter
  • Unone
  • Sam Goku
  • Head Gardener
  • Zero 7 [DJ set]
  • Maribou State [DJ set]
  • Leeland (Wild Life)
  • Lancelot
  • Gentle Mystics Sound System
  • Dom Servini (Whawha45s)
  • Slug Rave
  • Right Here Right Now
  • Audley
  • David Minns
  • Qash

I'm A Drag Queen, Get Me Outta Here

  • Attack Attack Attack
  • Craig Campbell
  • Fat Tony
  • Frank. Co
  • James Phillips
  • Jim Warboy
  • Jonathan Bestley
  • Jonjo Jury
  • Lewis Burton
  • Mansushi
  • Maze&Masters
  • Nic Fischer
  • Oli Keens
  • Paul Heron
  • Spacestation
  • Terry Vietheer
  • The Menendez Brothers
  • Tim Fanucci
  • Twice Shy Presents Gay Garage
  • Wax Wings
  • Zenzero

Secret Garden of Eden

  • Hannah Holland
  • Paul Heron
  • Terry Vietheer
  • Frank. Co
  • The Head Gardener
  • Lewis G Burton

Chai Wallahs

  • K.O.G. & The Zongo Brigade
  • Sheelanagig
  • Smash HiFi
  • Horseman & The Uppercut Band
  • Honeyfeet
  • Gypsies of Bohemia
  • Abstract Orchestra
  • Koffie
  • Gallowstreet
  • Soccer96
  • The Urban Folk Quartet
  • Lakuta
  • Liam Bailey
  • Mammal Hands
  • New Orleans Swamp Donkeys
  • Yumi & The Weather
  • Lazy Habits
  • Tim for T
  • Me and My Friends
  • Dojo
  • Sola Rosa
  • Olah Bliss
  • Holly Holden Y Su Banda
  • Dakhla Brass
  • Balaphonics
  • More Like Trees
  • Solana
  • Feelgood Experiment
  • Kioko
  • Tokio Myers
  • Vojta
  • Ash Walker
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Abbots Ripton is a small village just north of the Cambridgeshire town of Huntingdon. The festival is held at Mill Hill field in the rural outskirts of the village, and has its own woodland and lake.


Address

Abbots Ripton, PE28 2LA, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY PLANE: London Stansted is the closest airport, from there a National Express coach (349) runs to Huntingdon.

BY TRAIN: Trains run directly from London Kings Cross to Huntingdon, taking approximately an hour and costing around £20

BY COACH: Huntingdon is on the London-Hull and Stasted-Nottingham National Express routes. Big Green Coach also run services to the festival from across the country.

Once in Huntingdon, there will be shuttle buses to the festival site or a taxi will cost no more than £15 and take around 10 minutes

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