House | Wednesday 13th May 2020 | Arren

Noisily have launched a fundraiser to help save their festival.

The crazy festival, Noisily have launched an appeal to save their festival. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the festival has been forced to postpone it’s 2020 edition to next summer. But that comes at a heavy cost. For a small independent festival, missing a year can be catastrophic on the books and Noisily have found themselves in a make or break situation.

To save their festival, they’re calling on their fans to help them keep their party going. They’re asking for donations or people to donate their ticket for this year's event. All the money raised will help save Noisily from disappearing from the festival landscape. And trust us, Noisily Festival disappearing would be tragic. On their website Noisily say: 

"We’re asking YOU, the Noisily community who have shaped and given meaning to the last 8 years of our lives beyond measure, to SAVE NOISILY by donating whatever you can to help us survive. We realise in these extraordinary times it is a massive ask, and we would not be asking if the only other option was Noisily possibly never happening again."

"We’re asking those of you who have bought a ticket to the 2020 event, and are able, to forfeit and donate your ticket to ensure that Noisily can happen in 2021 and beyond. This would mean that you will have to purchase a new ticket to Noisily 2021, but to thank you for helping to save Noisily we will guarantee you an Early Bird priced ticket for Noisily 2021 and every subsequent festival, send you a one of a kind Noisily Saviour Badge, and include your name on a 'I saved Noisily' Artwork at the 2021 event."

They're a truly underground festival, year on year bringing insane line ups in highly creative surroundings. A lot of thought and effort goes into creating the site, making Noisily a memorable experience for everyone. They cover a huge span of music from house/techno, psy-trance and breaks/drum & bass - all situated in jaw-dropping stages and installations over the weekend.

You can help save them by donating money, or if you had a ticket, donate that to them instead. They're offering little a few bits for the cash donations, including entry into a boutique camping raffle, and early entry to the site all the way to a lifetime pair of tickets to the event. Below we’ve outlined the full list. Help save Noisily, without it and festivals like it we’ll be stuck with huge mega festivals with the same line up year on year, and that’s something I’m sure we all want to avoid.

Donation amounts include:
£20 - Entry into a Boutique camping raffle
£50 - Early Entry on the Thursday - arrive 2 hours early on Thursday to bag the best camping spots
£100 - Noisily 2020 t-shirt, “The Year That Never Was” & a £50 bar tab & a ticket to Ozora Event at the Steelyard on the 29th of September
£300 - A Warm up slot on one of the main stages of your choice for you or a friend, (only three per stage available (9 total), please state your chosen genre)
£500 - Collection from the gate, fast track queue and delivery with your stuff to the campsite.
£1000 - A limited-edition high-quality series of printed Noisily artwork year 1 - 9, including Noisily Paisley shirts and other historic Noisily merch.
£2500 - Your own little secret covered hidey hole for you and your friends in an area of your choosing (depending on your favourite stage) for when you need a break from the dancefloor.
£5000 - A buggy with driver for you and 2 friends all weekend.
£10,000 - The Noisily Megapack - A Buggy with Driver all weekend, a lifetime pair of Tickets to Noisily, all of the historic merch mentioned above and £500 bar tab.

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