One Tribe Festival Announces 3rd Phase Line-up


The brilliant One Tribe Festival has just announced its 3rd wave of artists in what is shaping up to be a killer roster. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight can’t wait.

Festivals. By far one of the best things about the Summer, aren’t they? Even monumental downpours aren’t enough to dampen the spirits of festival goers, they’re such a hardy breed.

One festival that The Waveform Transmitter is particularly looking forward to this summer is One Tribewhich is brought to us by the brains behind Audio Farm.

They’ve been working away to bring us an absolutely incredible line-up, featuring some incredible artists such as DJ Bone and Slam. Not content with knocking us all off our seats with previous lineup announcements, the organisers have just released their third wave of acts, which rivets the roster firmly place as one of the best we’re likely to see this summer.

The additions to the lineup include Progressive Bass Music Traveler, Biome, Ivy Lab, Chimpo, Rich Reason, DRS and Chunky, and bass-heavy vibes from The Dub Smugglers and Red Eye HiFi. Jeff 23 and Crystal Distortion provide a rave flava, while the addition of a seventh stage, The Den, will feature live acoustic, folk, and jazz music by day, and funk and disco from the likes fo Will Tramp and Pete Mangalore at night.

Check out the full line-up, below.


Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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