We Out Here 2020

Thu Aug 20 2020 - Sun Aug 23 2020

1:00 PM

Abbots Ripton

Huntingdon Cambridgeshire PE28 2PH

£0.00 - £173.00

All Ages

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All ages are welcome. All under 18 tickets must be purchased with an over 18 ticket and must arrive together. 

All weekend festival tickets include camping


Accessible InformationIf you have any queries regarding accessibility please contact us at info@weoutherefestival.com
 

Performing Live

Archie Shepp • Ezra Collective • Underground Resistance  • Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad • Overmono • Ashley Henry  • Greentea Peng  • Shackleton • Sarathy Korwar • Sam Wise • Steam Down • Erika de Casier • Sessa • International Anthem Showcase • Lynda Dawn • Night Dreamer Takeover Feat. Selda, Baba Zula, Island Man & Emma -Jean Thackray • Muriel Grossmann • Gigi Masin • Minyo Crusaders • Coops • Kofi Stone • Ola Szmidt Yelfris Valdez • Zoe's Shanghai • Dizraeli • Laneous • Hector Plimmer •  Elite Beat • Waldo's Gift

DJ'ing

Floating Points • 30 Years of Kenny Dope • Kruder & Dorfmeister • Joy Orbison
Mr Scruff • Josey Rebelle • Jayda G • Gilles Peterson • Henry Wu • James Lavelle  
Whities - Nic Tasker & TSVI - Anunaku • Fred P - Black Jazz Consortium • O'Flynn
Kirk Degiorgio • Colin Curtis • Colleen Cosmo Murphy • Idjut Boys • Il Bosco (Red Laser Disco) • Fabio & Grooverider • DJ Storm • DJ Flight • Channel One • DJ Spinn 
Jamz Supernova • Steve Spacek • DJ Paulette • Patrick Forge • Coco Maria • Rachel Green • Principe - DJ Nigga Fox & DJ Lycox • Tash LC • IZCO • Wookie • Zed Bias aka Maddslinky • Afronaut • Kaidi Tatham • Global Roots • Tina Edwards • Eliza Rose • Nick The Record • MLE • Danuka • P-Ro • Gilla • Mr Thing • Bobafatt • Konny Kon (CoZ) • Discs of Fun & Love • Erica McKoy • Laani • Rebecca Vasmant • Stamp The Wax - Aaron L, Rosie Ama, Harri Pepper, Peachy, Zipporah

Future Bubblers

KinKai • Numb Mob • Kiddus • Iman Houssein • Sam Pills • Beat Baby • Sydney • Ratomagoson + Thru Colours b2b • Forest Law • Quko

We Out Here 2020

  • We Out Here

    We Out Here

    Music

    “I really wanted to bring to the UK a festival that celebrates the elements of UK club culture, and the community that surrounds it, that I have been lucky enough to be a part of over the years.” - Gilles Peterson

    Come and join us for a Worldwide Family Gathering in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside this August at the inaugural year of We Out Here.

    Joining The Musical Dots between soul, hip hop, house, afro, electronica, jazz and beyond, we will be showcasing both outstanding live music and some of the best record collections in the world.

    The festival will take place over 4 days and nights and will offer a variety of boutique and luxury camping as well as quiet and family camping areas.

    This is a worldwide family gathering, open to all ages and all walks of life.

  • Ezra Collective

    Ezra Collective

    Jazz

    Synergy in motion, London five-piece Ezra Collective are proving themselves as a harmonious tour de force. Their sound nods respectfully to a classic jazz footprint, celebrating the originators whilst simultaneously carving a path solely their own. Ezra Collective marry the delicate technicalities of jazz musicianship with afrobeat and hip hop, tied together by a sound that’s unmistakably London. Their live show is one of dynamic union; the strength of their partnership shines in performances that are commanding yet sensitive, soulful and pertinently groove-laced. Following a joyous and stunningly cohesive show in May 2016, Boiler Room rightly labelled the group as “pioneering the new-wave of U.K. jazz”. As the genre enjoys a new lease of life that is gaining momentum across the country, Ezra Collective are adding their own fresh and imaginative face to a style that continues to be “as entertaining as it is educational” (Trench). In a year that saw them sell out legendary London venue Ronnie Scott’s not once but twice, 2017 also brought with it the release of their genre-bending second EP, Juan Pablo: The Philosopher. After Ezra Collective took the EP on a successful tour across the U.K and Europe and completely sold out of the vinyl, Juan Pablo: The Philosopher went on to win the accolade of Best Jazz Album at Gilles Peterson’s esteemed Worldwide Awards in January 2018. Ezra Collective is: Femi Koleoso - Drums TJ Koleoso - Bass Joe Armon Jones - Keys Dylan Jones - Trumpet James Mollison - Saxophone

  • Floating Points

    Floating Points

    Dance/Electronic

  • Adrian Younge

    Adrian Younge

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Ali Shaheed Muhammad

    Ali Shaheed Muhammad

    Urban

  • Joy Orbison

    Joy Orbison

    Pop

  • Kruder & Dorfmeister

    Kruder & Dorfmeister

    Dance/Electronic

    K&D are two producers/djs/remixers whose distinctive trademark sound is at most times extremely mellow, has a lot of bass, downbeat tracks and a sense of epic soundscapes. There might be the occasional double-time breaks and the heavy and deep typically Viennese feeling.

    Consider K&D to roam in their own, unique realm of musical beutekunst that owes and gives a lot to rare funk tunes, electric jazz arrangements, the feeling of deep soul, hiphop, dub, reggae, ambient, fusion, brazil, chansons, dope beats and drum+bass and still a lot more influences that happen to find the interest of the two Austrians.

  • Overmono

    Overmono

    Dance/Electronic

    Overmono is composed of brothers Tessela and Truss. Their releases on XL Recordings, Whities and their own Poly Kicks label have defined them as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking UK electronic acts.
  • Ashley Henry

    Ashley Henry

    Jazz

    Ashley Henry is one of a new generation of musicians that have been raised with a wide range of influences.

    Ashley Henry – born November 1991 when the last Kuwait oil fires extinguished, Miles Davis passed away, Gang Star released ‘Step in the Arena’, South Africa held its first cricket international in 20 years, PC World opened in the UK, Wynton Marsalis releases ‘Blue Interlude’, Freddie Mercury departed, Branford Marsalis finishes ‘The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born’ and the first performance of Alan Bennett’s The Madness of George III took place.

    Born and raised in South London, England, United Kingdom, Ashley Henry’s listening and visual styles, range from Sinead Harnett, Digital Underground, ZuZu, Margot Fonteyn, Era Istrefi, Freddie Mercury, and Dreezy – through to having fans that include the abstract artist Gareth Nyandoro, being an advocate for the legend pianist Abdullah Ibrahim…and being a big 6LACK fan.

    In 2016 Ashley Henry graduated from Royal Academy of Music, performed with Jason Marsalis and collaborated with legends Terence Blanchard and Jean Toussaint. He is the youngest ever to hit the bill for the International Piano Trio Festival performing with Robert Glasper, and top that year by achieving a childhood dream of performing in the final of the Unisia International Piano Competition in South Africa.

  • Greentea Peng

    Greentea Peng

    R&B

  • Jayda G

    Jayda G

    Dance/Electronic

  • Shackleton

    Shackleton

    Dance

  • Sarathy Korwar

    Sarathy Korwar

    Fusion

    Born in the US, Sarathy Korwar grew up in Ahmedabad and Chennai in India. He began playing tabla aged 10, but was also drawn to the American music that he heard on the radio and leaking through the doorway of his local jazz music shop (Ahmad Jamal and John Coltrane were early discoveries). At 17, Korwar moved to Pune to study Environmental Science, but instead dedicated his time to music, practising tabla under the tutelage of Rajeev Devasthali, translating his skills to the western drum kit and playing as a session musician. On completing these studies a decade ago, he moved to London where he trained as a classical tabla player under the guidance of Sanju Sahai at SOAS (The School of Oriental and African Studies), focusing on the adaptation of Indian classical rhythmic material to non-Indian percussion instruments.

  • Gilles Peterson

    Gilles Peterson

    Acid Jazz

  • Sam Wise

    Sam Wise

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • Erika de Casier

    Erika de Casier

    Soul

  • Steam Down

    Steam Down

    Jazz

  • Henry Wu

    Henry Wu

    House

  • James Lavelle

    James Lavelle

    Dance

  • Kofi Stone

    Kofi Stone

    Hip-Hop/Rap

  • O'Flynn

    O'Flynn

    House

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We Out Here 2020

Thu Aug 20 2020 1:00 PM - Sun Aug 23 2020

Abbots Ripton Cambridgeshire
We Out Here 2020

£0.00 - £173.00 All Ages

All ages are welcome. All under 18 tickets must be purchased with an over 18 ticket and must arrive together. 

All weekend festival tickets include camping


Accessible InformationIf you have any queries regarding accessibility please contact us at info@weoutherefestival.com
 

Performing Live

Archie Shepp • Ezra Collective • Underground Resistance  • Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad • Overmono • Ashley Henry  • Greentea Peng  • Shackleton • Sarathy Korwar • Sam Wise • Steam Down • Erika de Casier • Sessa • International Anthem Showcase • Lynda Dawn • Night Dreamer Takeover Feat. Selda, Baba Zula, Island Man & Emma -Jean Thackray • Muriel Grossmann • Gigi Masin • Minyo Crusaders • Coops • Kofi Stone • Ola Szmidt Yelfris Valdez • Zoe's Shanghai • Dizraeli • Laneous • Hector Plimmer •  Elite Beat • Waldo's Gift

DJ'ing

Floating Points • 30 Years of Kenny Dope • Kruder & Dorfmeister • Joy Orbison
Mr Scruff • Josey Rebelle • Jayda G • Gilles Peterson • Henry Wu • James Lavelle  
Whities - Nic Tasker & TSVI - Anunaku • Fred P - Black Jazz Consortium • O'Flynn
Kirk Degiorgio • Colin Curtis • Colleen Cosmo Murphy • Idjut Boys • Il Bosco (Red Laser Disco) • Fabio & Grooverider • DJ Storm • DJ Flight • Channel One • DJ Spinn 
Jamz Supernova • Steve Spacek • DJ Paulette • Patrick Forge • Coco Maria • Rachel Green • Principe - DJ Nigga Fox & DJ Lycox • Tash LC • IZCO • Wookie • Zed Bias aka Maddslinky • Afronaut • Kaidi Tatham • Global Roots • Tina Edwards • Eliza Rose • Nick The Record • MLE • Danuka • P-Ro • Gilla • Mr Thing • Bobafatt • Konny Kon (CoZ) • Discs of Fun & Love • Erica McKoy • Laani • Rebecca Vasmant • Stamp The Wax - Aaron L, Rosie Ama, Harri Pepper, Peachy, Zipporah

Future Bubblers

KinKai • Numb Mob • Kiddus • Iman Houssein • Sam Pills • Beat Baby • Sydney • Ratomagoson + Thru Colours b2b • Forest Law • Quko

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Weekend Festival
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£173.00 (£160.00 + £13.00 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)
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All under 18 tickets must be bought with an over 18 ticket and must arrive together