Bluedot Festival news: Radiophonic Workshop + late night additions

Latest update from Bluedot:


We’re thrilled to announce Radiophonic Workshop will be celebrating their 60th anniversary as ‘artists in residence’ at #BD18 joining us for an exclusive on-site workshop and live performance. London electronic promoter Bugged Out! and Leeds festival inner city electronic curate an out of this world late night line-up on Mission Control.

Release 2 tickets on sale now > http://bit.ly/BluedotTickets



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2 days ago

Bluedot Festival

T-minus 150 days 'til lift off 🚀

Final Release 3 tickets on sale now. Book from just £59 with our Flexible Deposit tickets, and then pay the rest off by 1 May.

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get bonobo playing 👍

Louise Scrivens Paul Scrivens Counting down the days - Eeeeek!! 😘

Marian Davies Excited 😍😍

But when are you going to put sunday tickets on?!!! I cant wait much longer!! 🤣

Brendon Eric Sutton 150 days lad

Andy, Victoria and Darren. 🤩

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3 days ago

Bluedot Festival

Jon Hopkins headlines our Orbit Stage, bringing his captivating Singularity live show to the bluedot cosmos. Seemlessly flowing through ambient, techno and beyond, this is one set not to be missed this July.

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Katerina Jordan oh yes

Nathan Burrows I actually wouldn’t mind going this at Jodrell Bank. Remember seeing him at Creamfields a few years back?

Am I right that Kraftwerk are Sat and New Order Sun? Hot Chip?

Miranda Williamson Marc Williamson 😍😍

Patrick Starfish Allwood...

Martin Worswick.....👽

Edgar Nevets

Rory Cullinan

Paul Payne

Please don’t make Jon Hopkins clash with Hot Chip.....!!!

Warren James Laccohee we must book soon!

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