We have just released Festival Live Passes which will be available at an Earlybird rate until we announce this year's full line-up in 2015. They give you unlimited access to all of our live music, which this year will include iTunes Album of the Year winner Lianne La Havas, fiery duo Noisettes and famed support act of Robert Plant, Luke Sital-Singh. Our Passes also provide access to all of our comedy acts and late-night parties. Passes come in 3-day or 11-day options.
Past HowTheLightGetsIn events have been presided over by the likes of musical icon in-the-making Sandi Thom, Starsailor frontman James Walsh, gypsy dance masters Molotov Jukebox, Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor and two of Britain's greatest DJs Mr. Scruff and Andrew Weatherall.
Ever since the Noisettes were catapulted to fame by their 2009 single 'Don't Upset the Rhythm', the party has lived on from Glastonbury to Wireless. With a front singer that's a "living, breathing manifestation of the rock & roll spirit, with a voice equal parts Iggy Pop and Billie Holiday", we're in for a treat.
"One of the rowdiest live acts in London" Rolling Stone
Multi-instrumentalist and mistress of folk and soul, La Havas' talent has been shouted from the rooftops by everyone from the BBC to MTV. Her debut album 'Is Your Love Big Enough' was named iTunes Album of the Year and she was featured heavily on Prince's latest record. Prepare for a revelation.
"One of the most hotly-tipped singer-songwriters in the UK" 7 Digital
Rising singer-songwriter star Luke Sital Singh has been hailed as a "British Bon Iver". He supported rock legend Robert Plant at the 2014 iTunes Festival and was featured on BBC's Sound of 2014 list.
"This tremulous-voiced troubadour could be a British Bon Iver" The Guardian
A history of dance music in all its forms, wrapped in swing hop and thrown into the crowd with high-speed MC lyrics of love, lust and loss: The Correspondents are back. Consistently ranked in the Telegraph’s top ten Glastonbury moments, the flamboyantly dressed duo are both relentlessly fun and brilliant in their ability to merge electro, jazz, hip hop and pretty much anything else into one big knees-up.
"As a live act The Correspondents are a must see, high-octane outfit with more pizzazz than you can shake a brogue at" Clash Music