Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Turkey’s SunSplash – the “biggest little festival in the world”


British DJ Norman Jay MBE describes it as the “biggest little festival in the world”. 

Created in 2009, each year 500 discerning music lovers gather in Turkey to hear dance music legends and underground heroes while soaking up the sun and sea.
This year’s line-up includes the UK’s Gilles Peterson, Chicago’s Sadar Bahar, Romare, Earl Gateshead, Lefto, Kyodai (pictured), Shuya Okino, Phil Asher and Stuart Patterson.

The setting is the beautiful palm tree-fringed Aspat Bay on the Aegean: chilled beats by day, beach parties at night, with Byzantine bath-house, yoga, and graffiti workshops all part of this intimate boutique festival experience.

Festival dates: 21-28 June 2015
Address:  Aspat Beach, Bodrum, Turkey
Entrance: day passes from £20 / £80 weekend pass / £130 week pass.
Onsite accommodation and entry: £370-£600 per person, or entrance pass + £15 per day for camping.

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