Snoop Dogg to headline Another World Festival

Inaugural festival takes place in Silverstone Woodlands in August

Snoop Dogg to headline Another World Festival

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Snoop Dogg will headline the first Another World Festival next month.

The festival will take place between August 8 and 10 in Silverstone Woodlands, Buckinghamshire, and dubs itself the 'UK's only quality-first festival'.

Wretch 32, MK, Danny Howard, Sigma, Artful Dodger, Lisa Maffia, Ms Dynamite and Romeo also feature on the bill. Organisers say they're aiming to take the hassle out of the festival experience by offering top food, some apparently at Michelin-starred level, and a quick queuing system for both the bar and entry to the festival as well as flushing toilets.

"It's all about putting the comfort back into festivals", said Another World bosses in a statement. VIP packages will also offer hot showers, magicians, an Ibiza area and a butler service. DJ Hazard, Fabio & Grooverider and TC appear on the bill, too, with a Masquerade Ball, a Bollywood Arena, comedy club and hot tub area also promised.

Snoop will also be appearing at Boardmasters in Newquay, Cornwall on August 9, where Chase And Status and Bastille also headline.



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