Two teenage friends have launched a brand new electronic music festival to take place in Suffolk this August.
Spanning three days of dance music, Human Zoo will feature sets by Coldcut (pictured), DJ Yoda, Pendulum, , Plump DJs, Drummatic Twins, Stanton Warriors, Shy FX and many more.
There will also be live performances at the 5000-capacity event, with Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Delirium Funk, Atomic Hooligan and Black Strobe among the first to be announced.
Human Zoo will take place at Rougham Field, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, from 10-12 August.
Originally conceptualised by teenagers, Tom Notley and Dan Soler, the event is also being curated by Spectrum's Pete Jordan and will span various genres of dance music over three stages.
Tom said: "We're aiming to bring a friendly and intimate house party feel, infused with a sprightly summer festival vibe."
Organisers are also promising an acoustic band stand, a Spitfire air display, healing fields, children’s activities, saunas and hot tubs, Bedouin cinema and an art gallery.
Early-bird tickets are on sale HERE priced £75 for the weekend (rising to £90). Camping and parking are included. The full lineup is as follows:
Kid Creole and the Coconuts (Live)
DJ Yoda (Live A/V Set)
Coldcut: Journeys By VJ
Pendulum (DJ Set)
Black Strobe (Live)
Atomic Hooligan (Live)
DJ Food & DK
Bodyrox (DJ set)
Jo Jo De Freq
DJ Hal & emceeKilla
Japanese Popstars (Live)
Delirium Funk (Live)
Transit Mafia, Jurassik
Welfare for the Digital
Many more will be confirmed in the coming months.