6 Jul - 9 Jul
Noisily Festival is an electronic music and arts festival inside Leicestershire’s intimate Coney Woods, each year curating a weekend of hedonism and escapism in the company of musicians, artists, performers and dancers.
Jump into this wild woodland wonderland and find a musical lineup that ranges from bassline to psytrance via house and techno, all showcased amongst innovative art installations, immersive workshops, surreal visuals, and quirky bars and stages.
Noisily Festival doesn’t take itself too seriously, and neither do the 4,000 people who descend on The Coney Woods each July. It’s fun in all its forms, pure and unadulterated. Offering an alternative to mainstream festival culture, an inclusive haven where underground music thrives and self expression flourishes.
Whilst rooted in the electronic music scenes, Noisily Festival is a holistic environment which feeds the mind, body and soul. It’s a celebration of psychedelic culture in a society which is increasingly looking within for happiness and fulfilment, and away from material goods and money as the definition of success.
Noisily Festival 2023 Lineup
Noisily Festival 2023 Tickets
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Camping during the festival is included with your festival ticket, so all you need is basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Boutique Camping options purchased here
Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels & apartments using the map below or visit booking.com
Parking is available and tickets at £20.00 can be purchased here
If you plan to travel by rail either from (or via) London, you can take an East Midland service from St. Pancras to Market Harborough. It’s then a 20 minute taxi ride on to the festival site.
If travelling from north of Leicester, you can either travel into Birmingham or Leicester. The latter is a 25 minute taxi ride away.
If you plan to fly, the nearest international airport is Birmingham. From the airport, you should take a train into Birmingham New Street station before boarding a CrossCountry service out South Wigston. The festival site is then a 25 minute taxi ride away.