A few years ago, the UK festival scene kind of imploded. Industry experts said there were just too many events trying to compete for the same slices of pie – there was only so many festivals that punters could afford to go to. Well, the situation has changed a bit since then, with smaller, more localised festivals popping up to fill the void left by the absence of some of major players in the festival circuit.
Step forward Burn Out Festival.
Burn Out Festival is a new, two-day affair taking place down on the South coast in Dorset. With an almost exclusively British line-up, it’s definitely got a local flavour to it. To that end, for this week’s Sunday Slaylist we’ve gone through their 2013 line-up and picked out a few choice highlights – the kind of stuff you really ought not to miss if you make it down to this year’s event. Go on, get some fresh festival line-up business into your ears:
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Tickets for Burn Out Festival are on sale now via the festival’s official website – they’ll set you back £25 for a Day Ticket, or £40 for a ticket for the whole weekend. Obviously as this is a festival inside a town, you’ll need to sort yourself out with some accommodation too, but you’re big boys and girls now, and can figure out how to do that all by yourselves.