Bestival founder Rob da Bank is among the speakers set to discuss the future of festivals at this year's Ether.
The DJ, who is set to release his first book ‘The A-Z Of Festivals’, will discuss where music festivals will go next alongside Creamfields founder James Barton, Basement Jaxx agent Peter Elliot, writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer and Virtual Festivals MD Steve Jenner.
As part of London festival Ether, the panel will deliberate whether festivals can continue to innovate and whether the digital revolution ever erode the appeal of 'being there' at the live event?
The talk will take place this Friday (24 April) in the Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London at 8pm.
Tickets are available online for £10 each.
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There is also a special 2 for 1 offer available if booked by phone. Those wishing to attend should quote ‘Future Festivals’ when they phone the Southbank Centre Ticket Office on 0871 663 2500.