Mystery Jets, Riton, Big Narstie and more to play City Sound Project

Kent's largest metropolitan music festival returns this spring.

Becca Frankland

Date published: 29th Feb 2016

Image: Mystery Jets

The first and second wave of artists have been revealed for this year's City Sound Project in Kent, which will run from Saturday 30th April to Sunday 1st May.

Established in 2012, the festival was created with the intention of showcasing music of all genres, highlighting some of the most forward-thinking DJs and live bands along with poetry and art. 

City Sound Project takes place across various venues in Canterbury, including the medieval Westgate Towers and the 18th Century Greyfriars Chapel. 

The line up so far includes indie-pop favourites Mystery Jets, who will be joined by an abundance of bass, garage and grime talent including Barely Legal, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Big Narstie.

Other highlights include Riton, Redlight, Mike Skinner, Applebottom (check out his mix for us above). Check out the line up so far for City Sound Project

Read more: Mystery Jets 'Curve Of The Earth' review


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