45,000 people flock to this year's WILD LIFE Festival

12 Jun 2017 11:13:09

45,000 people flock to this year's WILD LIFE Festival

It was a wild weekend at this year's WILD LIFE Festival as a variety of big artists headlined the Shoreham airport based festival including, Dizzee Rascal, Chaka Khan, Rag 'n' Bone Man, Fatboy Slim and Clean Bandit.

The sun was shining throughout the weekend as an estimated 45,000 people attended to hear their favourite acts and dance the night away. 

Uckfield-born Rag ’n’ Bone Man was on the main stage on Saturday afternoon, attracting a large crowd during his afternoon set. He shouted to the audience that it was "good to be home" and asked the crowd to sing along to his biggest hits of his latest album, Human.

Kopparberg, Wild Life festival’s official sponsor, opened its intimate Kopparberg Urban Forest stage adding emerging aritsts and DJs to its exclusive line-up while providing an intimate atmosphere and different vibe.

Brighton favourite Fatboy Slim headlined on the Friday evening and displaying an incredible performance and drawing a large crowd. 

The festival, originally created by the acts Disclosure and Rudimental, was in its third year and it had plenty to offer its attendees with fairground rides giving people a sky scraping view of the fields, carnival style parades and themed tents playing host to some of the biggest DJs including Pete Tong, Armand Van Helden, and Hannah Wants. 

There was a range of different music on show for everyone with DJs and bands spread across the fields and security was high to ensure everyone was safe to enjoy the day. 

 Dizzee Rascal was the last artist to perform on the main stage at the weekend, singing his previous hits 'Bassline Junkie', 'Sirens' and 'Holiday'. Closing the evening with 'Dance Wiv Me'

The 'Bassline Junkie' sang his 2003 hit 'I Luv U', followed by 'Jus A Rascal', 'Sirens' and 'Fix Up Look Sharp'. He brought the evening to a close by performing his more contemporary tracks 'Dance Wiv Me', 'Holiday' and 'Bonkers'.



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Georgia Gearooz

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