Everything you need to know before the Remedy dance music festival
THE SOUND of thumping bass will vibrate around the fields of County Durham on Saturday as revelers return to a popular dance music festival.
The Remedy Festival returns to The Hammer and Pincers pub, near Newton Aycliffe, from 12 noon to 12 noon, with two stages filled with talented Djing.
The two stages “Classics” and “Underground” allow all dance music fans eager to dance.
The “Underground” scene is hosted by tech house producer Josh Butler with Cinthie and other local DJs backing it.
On the “Classics” stage, CK Mackintosh and Ibiza DJ Graham Sahara will be headlining.
The one-day boutique music festival supports the ManHealth charity, an organization that fights depression and suicide among men in the North East.
Remedy Festival annually raises funds for worthy charities and causes in the Northeast.
Previously, all of their events were sold out and over Â£ 7,000 was donated to organizations like Zoe’s Place – providing palliative, respite and end-of-life care for babies and infants, Action on Hearing Loss and Brain Tumor. Research Campaign.
Festival organizers have confirmed a slight schedule change, but that won’t stop the party at all.
A statement read: “After isolated complaints about noise, we were asked to end our event 1 hour earlier at 11:00 PM on Saturday September 4th. Fear not, we will also be opening earlier for those 12 hour fans!”
For more information about the festival visit: http://remedyfestival.co.uk/#go-top
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