​Shall Not Fade Festival announce first-ever camping edition in Bristol

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Shall Not Fade has announced its first-ever camping festival due to take place next summer at Baskerville Hall, Bristol, just on the Welsh border.

The three-day festival is due to go ahead between August 30 – September 2, 2024, with music running between 12:PM and 4:AM each day.

It comes a year after Shall Not Fade announced their debut festival, which went ahead in September 2022 featuring a selection of names across the label’s roster. It included the likes of Coco Bryce, Ell Murphy, Interplanetary Criminal, and Mixtress.

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“We are excited to announce that our 2024 edition will be a 3-day camping festival set on the grounds of the legendary country manor house – Baskerville Hall, located in the breathtaking rural surroundings of the Wye Valley” Shall Not Fade announced on Instagram yesterday.

The line-up is set to be curated with a selection of artists from the label’s roster once again, as well as the label’s sub imprints such as Time Is Now and Lost Palms, each spread across three stages.

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On top of three stages of music, Shall Not Fade Festival also this year offers an onsite pub, a restaurant serving breakfasts and roast dinners on Sundays, and music industry talks.

Pop-up food vendors, indoor chillout rooms, and “full access” to the manor house with functioning showers and toilets are also on offer, although guests will not be able to stay in the bedrooms of Baskerville Hall.

“This year’s edition will be extremely intimate with only 500 tickets being made available, our previous day festival attracted 2000+ people on each occasion so we expect this to sell out VERY quickly,” the festival added.

Tickets for Shall Not Fade Festival 2024 go on sale Friday, October 6, at 11:AM. Grab yours here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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