Northumberland venue for a new three-day dance music festival
The House of Barefoot Festival will offer camping, glamping, and pitches for caravans and motorhomes. Tickets are now on sale.
The Reed Farm site near Stamfordham will feature a stage with a state-of-the-art sound system, street vendors and a number of licensed bars. Glampers will also have access to showers.
It will host some of the biggest names in the international house scene, including tech-house pioneer Danny Howells, multi-award-winning Spanish coach Henry Saiz, Bristol icon Nick Warren and Hernan Cattaneo, one of the world’s most successful DJs. famous people from South America. .
A boutique event, those behind House of Barefoot have announced that it will have limited capacity to allow festival-goers to kick back and relax, while providing an intimate club-like atmosphere on its main stage.
Festival Director Jonny Stobart said, âWe want to keep the capacity at a level that means everyone has an amazing overall experience.
âWe have no doubts that we will be selling and we are sure people will love the atmosphere and want to come back year after year.
âThis event allows people to socialize, make new friends, enjoy a range of different styles of house music and, most importantly, dance. Our past events have brought together people of all ages – it’s really all inclusive. “
Reports on Danny Howells say he “has remained stoic about the ever-changing trends and fashions in dance music since breaking into the global house music consciousness in the late 1990s.”
As for the Spanish DJ Henry Saiz, âhis music, as well as his work as a sound designer for film and television, has always been marked as avant-garde in its approach and revolutionary in delivery, and its sound refuses to fall. in a singular category. ‘
And “with over 30 years of DJing, 11 albums, 30 singles and 50 remixes, the legacy of a unique and powerful personal touch, Hernan Cattaneo is a welcome addition to the House of Barefoot lineup”.