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The best of Blissfields 2017, feat. Sundara Karma, Black Honey and more

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Published: 11:01 am, July 06, 2017
The best of Blissfields 2017, feat. Sundara Karma, Black Honey and more
Dork’s heading to Blissfields this weekend (6th-8th July) for two and a bit days of fun, sun and lots and lots of bands.

Some of our absolute faves are going to be there - alongside headliners The Cinematic Orchestra and Metronomy, you’ve got former Dork cover stars Sundara Karma, Black Honey and The Japanese House, as well as Shura, Pumarosa and Francobollo.

It’s a great bill, that makes for a pretty good playlist, too.

Also on site, you can find a craft area, dodge ball, disco yoga, a midnight UV paint splash party, a board game bonanza, thumb wrestling and plenty more. There's loads going on.



Blissfields takes place from 6th-8th July. For more information, visit blissfields.co.uk.

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