FLY Open Air presents: The weekender bender
FLY announce their two-day festival line up with epic promo video
The FLY Open Air Festival is making its return once more this September to Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh.
After three consecutive years of FLY-ing success, this will be the first time they step it up from a one-day event to a full two-day festival.
If it's anything like the one held at Hopetoun house earlier in May, best get a move on with insuring your bucket hats and securing your tickets to rounding off your summer in style.
May saw crowds flocking from far and wide to sample Denis Sulta’s handpicked selection of tasty DJs, with his own set providing one of the juiciest atmospheres legally allowed in the country.
Golden nuggets such as Jenny Cheng and Or:la were served up hot and fresh, each dish a complimentary asset to the overall FLY flavour.
However, Sulta Selects was merely an entrée to a wealth of nutritional and musical value. Following in September will be the main course – no less than a two-day weekender bender, full of exotic treats to keep you satisfied.
Located right in the heart of the city, the venue is a UNESCO World Heritage site that boasts the iconic backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. The perfect location for squad selfies, tasty tunes and dishy DJs.
Residents Theo Kottis and Jasper James have curated the two-day spectacle, with Theo’s line up taking the reins on Saturday and Jasper’s hand-picked crew holding down the fort on Sunday. The jam-packed line-ups boast not only their artistic musical inclinations but also their varied tastes within the electronic music sphere.
Take a peek at the epic promo vid here to get a better feel for the saucy vibes, with a complimentary serving of puppers to really tickle those tastebuds.
FLY Open Air will take place on Saturday 22nd – Sunday 23rd September from 12:00 – 22:00hrs each day.
Saturday's lineup: Henrik Schwarz live, Kerri Chandler, Move D, Theo Kottis, Hammer
Sunday's lineup: Jackmaster, Hunee, Peggy Gou, Palms Trax, Jasper James, Harri & Domenic
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