The first thoughts of an ideal venue for the Wild Life music festival might not stray to Brighton’s City Airport, but that’s where the inaugural Wild Life has put down its roots for 2015.
Curated by Disclosure and Rudimental for two days and four stages of music which include Sam Smith, Wu Tang Clan, Annie Mac, George Ezra and of course Disclosure & Rudimental.
Check out the poster and the site for more of the acts.
Wild Life was created by Disclosure in early summer 2014 as an extension of their hugely successful live and DJ shows.
What began as tiny and very sweaty east London parties, soon grew into a global prospect within a matter of months and found Disclosure curating events in major cities across the world and hosting stages at various festivals in the UK, EU and US.
These included Wild Life line-ups at Glastonbury, Unknown, Exit Festival as well as bespoke events at The Greek Theatre in Berkley, Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, Detroit and a summer residency at Space in Ibiza.
Now to 2015 – less than a year later, they have reached out to their good friends Rudimental in order to put together their most exciting event to date.
Disclosure said: “We’re both so excited to announce the creation of Wild Life festival! And so so proud to have been able to curate an amazing line up along side our good mates, Rudimental. What a weekend this is going to be!”
Rudimental added: “To be able to curate our own festival with our favourite acts in partnership with our friends Disclosure is a dream come true. We are expecting the weekend to be unforgettable and to make history with this collaboration is a real pleasure.”
Wild Life is at the Brighton City Airport on June 6 and June 7, 2015. #WILDLIFE15 Check out the Wild Life website for tickets.
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