The Noisily Community Needs You!

Dear Friends and Family, We all love the socks of each other at Noisily, correct? Great! Glad we’re all in the same forest of agreement there then. Community will be the single most important factor in our survival as humans, and the need for connection is built into our DNA since that time ages ago […]

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Noisily’s Future Threatened by Chinese Yogurt Takeover

In the latest of a string of aggressive investment initiatives, global superpower China has made yet another pseudo-industrial move, which many are labelling a smokescreen for clear underlying political aspirations in the counties of the South of England; namely Sussex, Wiltshire, Devon, Somerset and Cornwall. The multi-billion dollar hostile takeover of the dairy industry is […]

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Ignite Your Inner Activist

When someone utters the word activist, what springs to mind for you? Do you think of angry students marching against the hike in university fees, hurling fire extinguishers from rooftops in the process? Or maybe placard wielding anti-Trumpists taking to the streets to protest against the world’s most powerful sociopath come to mind, and rightly […]

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Noisily 2018 Art Highlights – Crew Pick

This year’s festival was the most incredible iteration yet for our art department, as installation after installation adorned the Coney Woods, creating an environment so immersive it was all encompassing. We asked our Director of Art, Ruth Herbert, to give us a run down of her top 5 favourite works of art at Noisily 2018, […]

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Heatwave advice and information

In view of the past dry and hot weather and continuing forecasts for this coming week and weekend, Noisily Festival would like to remind everyone attending the event about the risks associated with heat and fire. Please read the below attentively and encourage others to do so: Beat The Heat! Drink Plenty of water and […]

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Mark and Mike and the Party Trike!

We sat down with the Party Trike brothers to find out all about their pop up party bike. This is your first year at Noisily, tell us more about Party Trike, what is it? Party Trike is a sound-system with a difference. Our speakers, amps, batteries and lights etc. are mounted to a tricycle, which […]

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Gender Equality In The Festival Industry

The festival industry is dominated by men. Noisily was founded by four men in 2011 in their early twenties, of which I am one. Three of us had just launched an audio and lighting hire company, the other grew up on the land where Noisily is held, so the match worked well. We didn’t set […]

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