Join Gilles and his team of Worldwide artists in the countryside for four days and nights of expertly curated music at the beautiful old Secret Garden Party site, Cambridgeshire (one hour north of London with regular trains | within three hours drive from most other main UK cities).
You can expect...
• A Lake To Swim In, A Forest To Dance In
• Expertly Curated Music Across A Number Of Stages
Tina Edwards • Eliza Rose • Nick The Record • MLE • Danuka • P-Ro
Gilla • Mr Thing • Bobafatt • Konny Kon (CoZ) • Discs of Fun & Love
Erica McKoy • Laani • Rebecca Vasmant
Stamp The Wax - Aaron L, Rosie Ama, Harri Pepper, Peachy, Zipporah
KinKai • Numb Mob • Kiddus • Iman Houssein • Sam Pills • Beat Baby • Sydney • Ratomagoson + Thru Colours b2b • Forest Law • Quko
“That’s How It Is” with James Lavelle, Gilles Peterson & special guests
Love Dancin’, Brawnswood & Lemon Lounge bringin’ the dance
Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge present Another Sunday Afternoon At Dingwalls
Near Mint Record Store returns
Steamdown performing a late night rave
Floating Points All Night Long in The Forest
You lot Dancing & Smiling
Last year's lineup
Gary Bartz feat. Dwight Tribe & Saul Williams • Matthew Herbert's Big Band
Tirzah • The Comet Is Coming • Mala & The Outlook Orchestra
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids • Zara McFarlane • Sons of Kemet
Lee Fields & The Expressions • Nubya Garcia • Matthew Halsall &
The Gondwana Orchestra • Kojey Radical • KOKOROKO • Steam Down
Hailu Mergia • A Certain Ratio • MXMJoY • Moses Boyd Exodus
Children of Zeus • Yazmin Lacey • Kaidi Tatham • Theon Cross Fyah
Joe Armon-Jones • Maisha • Auntie Flo • Skinny PelembeTawiah
Alabaster dePlume • Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet feat. Urszula Dudziak
Blue Lab Beats • Connie Constance • Rosie Lowe • Charlotte Adigery
Ishmael Ensemble • Leifur James • Hejira • Gerry Read • A Man Called Adam
Ben Hayes • Laura Misch • Emma Jean Thackry • Lunch Money • Ill Considered
Celeste • Amythyst Kiah • Arlo Parks • Tony Njoku • Lovescene • Taz Modi
Collocutor • Makadem • Tamar Collocutor & Wojtek Mazolewski
Silentjay • Kuzich • Alien • Dufresne • Horatio Luna • Ella Haber
Isaac Birituro & The Rail Abandon • Dele Sosimi x Medlar
DJ Sets From
Theo Parrish • Francois K • Gilles Peterson • Mr Scruff • Objekt
Call Super • Mike Dunn • HAAi • Nu Guinnea (DJ/Live Keys) • Josey Rebelle
Whities - Tasker b2b Minor Science • Benji B • Skee Mask • Colin Curtis
Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy • Patrick Forge • Kev Beadle • Alexander Nut
Tenderlonious • Bradley Zero • DJ JNETT • Mafalda
Awesome Tapes From Africa • Carista • Lefto • Donna Leake • Channel One
Dennis Bovell • Adrian Sherwood & Horace Andy • Marc Mac (4Hero)
IG Culture • Kaidi Tatham • Alex Phountzi • Shy One • Tash LC
DJ Die & Addison Groove • Planet V & Friends feat. Jumping Jack Frost
Bryan Gee • Randall • Krust & Dynamite MC • The Unabombers
Chris Duckenfield • DJ Paulette • Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold
Chris Massey • Andrew Ashong • Errol & Alex Rota (Touching Bass)
Global Roots • SNO • Zakia • Ruby Kwasiba Savage • Rebecca Vasmant • Gilla
Lex Blondin • Trout • Dea Barandana • Erica - The Electric Cave • TSHA
Nonsense - Benny Blanco, Judah, Femi • Pete On the Corner • Hugo LX
Kassian • Nancy Noise • Danuka • Cedric Woo (Beauty & The Beat) • The Mighty Zaf
Aneesh (Brilliant Corners) • Eliphino • Robert Luis (Tru Thoughts)
Jeremy Spellacey • Crown Ruler Sound System • Lori • Jamie Bennett • Miche
Krysko • Dom Servini • Scrimshire • Joe Muggs • Matt Triggs • Il Bosco
Martin Brew • Darren Laws • Kwasi • Summer House feat. Dr. Bob Jones
Neil Pierce • Miloe • Pauly C • Blackwax • Adi Allen • Aaron L • Harri Pepper
Peachy • Rosie Ama • Tim Garcia
Future Bubblers at We Out Here
An introduction to some of the countries brightest emerging talent...
Nashe xx • Mali Hayes • Nutribe • Elsa Hewitt
Shunaji • Broadstrokes • Kayla Painter • Ayy
Congi • Medikul & R.Lyle
Electric Chair (Man) • Bruk Up (Birm) • Nonsense (Lon) • Sunday Times! (Cork)
Better Days (Man) • Brighter Days pres. Summer House (Cam)
Cosmic Slop (Lee) • Friends & Family (Man) • Our House (Nor)
Touching Bass (Lon) • Melting Pot (Glas) • Bam!Bam!Bam! Selectors! (Liv)
No Fakin (Liv) • Worm Disco Club (Bris) • So Flute (Man) • Champagne Funk (Lon)
Rotation (Staf) • Turf (Cam) • Heels & Souls (Lon) • Bonsai Sound System (Msy)
Sure Shot (Card) • Leftfoot (Birm) • Red Laser Disco (Man) • Shadow City (Birm)
Deptford Northern Soul CLub (Lon) • Soul Stew (Nor) • Tropico (Nor)
Tuckshop (Lon) • Mango Disco (Cam) • La Rumba (Shef) • UFO Club (Dub)
SisBis (Liv) • Ghost Notes (Lon) • Música Macondo (Lon)
Big People Music (Man) • Soul Buggin' (Not) • Mogadisco (Lon)
Cambridge Junction (Cam) • Me Gusta (Man) • Keep on Dancing (Nor)
We Out Here festival information & FAQs
We Out Here is a family friendly festival and welcomes all ages. however, the festival enforces that all under 18s tickets are obtained along with an adult ticket and request that all under 18s are accompanied by the adult their ticket was bought with at the main festival gates on arrival.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
Standard Camping & Family Camping:
All festival tickets allow access free of charge to the standard camping and family camping.
Boutique Camping, Camper Vans etc are also available.
Festival ticket holders are welcome to organise off site accommodation for themselves and access the Festival site on a daily basis.
A Wide variety of international cuisine and fine food & drink offerings to suit all budgets.
Personal Food and Drink Allowance
The personal allowance is allowed of 12 cans of beer/lager/cider OR 2 bottles of wine per person. No spirits are allowed.
Sealed drinks, like bottles of water, are allowed but will be checked on entry to the site. There is no set limit on soft drinks. For safety reasons you are not allowed to bring glass bottles into either the camping or festival site.
There is no limit regarding bringing food in to the campsite.
Disabled Access Information
The festival will be offering accessible parking and camping options as well as free carer tickets for those with accessibility requirements.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. to let them know how they can help make your festival as enjoyable as possible and to apply for carer tickets, accessible camping and parking.
Travelling to/from the festival
We Out Here is held in Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2PH
Held on the old Secret Garden Party site, just 70 miles North of central London in the East Anglia countryside near Huntingdon.
Return coach travel via Tuned In Travel is currently available from London, Bristol, Nottingham, Norwich & Manchester.
Visit their website for more information.
The nearest train station to site is Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
Huntingdon takes 45 mins on the train from London Kings Cross/St Pancras, and it costs around £30 normal return, £40 anytime return. Trains leave around every half hour.
There are going to be shuttle buses running regularly from Huntingdon station to the site.
There will be regular shuttle buses running from the train station to the site, running between midday - 10pm on Thursday & Friday. And between 9am – 1pm on Monday.
If you are at all capable of travelling by train or via one of the coaches that are running please consider doing this rather than driving.
If you are driving to the festival PLEASE try to go with a full car!
Driving to Abbots Ripton from London is approx 90 mins. Manchester 3hrs, Leeds 2hr 15.
From the A1/A14 Junction (aka Brampton Hut)
Take the A14 towards Huntingdon Industrial Estate (ignore signs to Huntingdon)
At next roundabout go straight over (signposted A141 March & Ely)
Continue straight over the next three roundabouts.
The last roundabout will have a huge Tescos on it.
Shortly after, there will be a turning left (signposted Kings Ripton.)
Take this turning and follow the road down to the next crossroads.
Turn left towards Abbots Ripton (B1090)
The Festival is about a mile on your right – very hard to miss…
All customers driving to site are requested to purchase a car parking pass per car in advance of travelling. Please ensure you have selected the appropriate parking area for the campsite you intend to stay in.
Taxis from the station should cost around £12, which you can share with any fellow attendees you meet on the train.
Some of the local tried and tested taxi firm numbers are:
Ace cabs: 01480 453342
A star Cars: 01480 455595
Phoenix (Only cab firm with wheelchair suitable cabs): 01480 457576
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The history of We Out Here festival
"I really wanted to bring to the UK a festival that celebrates the elements of UK club culture, and the community that surrounds it, that I have been lucky enough to be a part of over the years." - Gilles Peterson
Come and join the festival for a Worldwide Family Gathering in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside this August at the inaugural year of We Out Here.
Joining The Musical Dots between soul, hip hop, house, afro, electronica, jazz and beyond, we will be showcasing both outstanding live music and some of the best record collections in the world.
The festival will take place over 4 days and nights and will offer a variety of boutique and luxury camping as well as quiet and family camping areas.
This is a worldwide family gathering, open to all ages and all walks of life.
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