11 Aug 2017
Returning for it's second year, Deep South is back, bringing music, DJs, street food, burlesque, cabaret and much more to a private, ancient woodlands in Tunbridge Wells.
Unlike your typical music and arts festival that has thousands of attendees, causing hour-long queues just for a simple portion of chips, Deep South is a much more intimate affair. With a limited capacity of 450 people, the gathering puts its guests first, making this a party for passionate music fans who want to celebrate the extended South London community.
At this years Deep South, the line up is jam packed with some of the best names in UK music, including Dark Sky, whose song Kilter is definitely in contention for banger of the year, the brilliantly funky Andrew Ashong and extraordinary turntabilist Alexander Nut, to name just a few of the 50+ acts that will be performing across the 3 stages. With full weekend camping tickets going from just £70, this 3 day festival in Kent is the perfect end to festival season.