Tunisia’s Fairground Festival returns to its art and music headquarters, The Eco Village, for the third year this 13 – 14 July.
Known for its curious, snappy, and alternative destination, the Sousse based event gains its reputation through mixing attractions, service, and music, becoming a primary destination for underground electronic music in North Africa. Last year, we were there, and so were the likes of Adriatique and Mano le Tough. This year, the festival grows and diversifies bringing a few of the industry’s best names to Sousse. Amongst those names will be headliners like Ame, Black Coffee, Nastia, Satori & The Band From Space, and Skhoon (live). Also on hand will be Mira, Niki Sadeki, Doob & Janoma, as well as live performances from LUM, Sainte Vie, and Wide Awake. Of course there will also be a healthy dose of Tunisia’s best DJs on hand over the festival’s two days as well.
Spread across two stages, and mulitple activities including a Game Zone, Mini-Souk, Chill Area, and newly expanded campsite, Fairground Festival is one for performance and art with a focus on sustainability and respect.