Mind Expansion Pack Announce Lineup Including Goldie, Interplanetary Criminal & More

Mind Expansion Pack

Running from Friday 9 June and Saturday 10 June 2023, Mind Expansion Pack has announced its summer lineup with tickets available to buy now.

‘Mind Expansion Pack’ has announced it is returning for a 2-day celebration at DEYA Brewery, headlined by 808 State (live) and Goldie. For both artists, it will be their Cheltenham debut.

Mind Expansion Pack

Other artists included on the bill are Interplanetary Criminal, Working Men’s Club, Donna Leake, A Guy Called Gerald. Interplanetary has been in hot demand since his huge 2022 hit B.O.T.A featuring Eliza Rose.

The festival sold out in 2022 headlined by The Orb and brought to you on a Martin Audio sound system. Revelers can expect also a wide range of food options including vegan and non-vegan.

Mind Expansion Pack

Mind Expansion Pack also hosts a wide range of conversations. In a separate area, there will be ongoing talks with Planet Cheltenham, Migration Studios (the world’s first music studio dedicated to carbon capture), and the University of Gloucestershire Social Issues Society on site.

Organiser, Stephen Vitkovitch says: “It’s been amazing to give people in Cheltenham wanting something a little bit leftfield a place to party at DEYA. Mind Expansion Pack 2.0 promises to be the best one yet, with the biggest lineup in Cheltenham for years.

Mind Expansion Pack

Electronic music continues to dominate the festival market. In a recent report by Viberate, a research and analytics company for the music industry, the majority of all festival bookings were Electronic artists (38.8%), followed by Rock (15.9%), Pop (12.7%) and Hip Hop artists (12.6%).

A close look at the unique number of booked artists, the distribution is similar: out of 9,651 booked artists, 36.3% are Electronic, 16.0% Rock, 12.7% Pop and 11.5% Hip Hop.

To buy tickets for Mind Expansion visit Skiddle.

While you’re here:

Read our interview with Goldie.

Learn how to make Interplanetary Criminal beats.

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