The Annual Big Chill Festival Called Off

Due to the lack of interest shown by artists and the poor confirmation provided by them, The Big Chill festival has been cancelled. The managing director of Festival Republic blames the unavailability of the right kind of artists. Scheduling conflicts and that coupled with artist unavailability, the festival that happens every summer in Herefordshire, London had to be scrubbed.

The Big Chill is more than just a music festival. It all began in 1994, as a series of parties at the Union Chapel, London. It then became an outdoor festival in 1995. Even then it was an unlicensed event. Only in 1996 it became a licensed event and the festival happened unsuccessfully at Norfolk. In 1998 it moved to the Larmer Tree Gardens, England and stayed there for 5 years. It’s during this time the festival established itself and became popular for its unusual combination of food, visuals, line-ups, masseuses, healers and alternative therapists.

 

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