We Out Here Festival Finalises 2023 Lineup Including Knucks & P Money
Author: Tom Dingley | Friday 7th July 2023
We Out Here Festival is back for 2023 in a new location - Wimborne, Dorset - and have just made their final announcements for this years festival.
Included in the latest announcement is the Hennessy Corner programme: a reported cutting-edge venue that promises an electrifying lineup of DJ sets, jam sessions, and each night culminating in a roadblock one-off collaborative performance. This year’s collaborations include Steam Down improvising with grime MC P Money and Slum Village’s Illa J & Harleighblu performing with eight-piece brass band Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and . As part of We Out Here’s 50 years of Hip Hop celebrations, Hennessy will also host Mr Thing & Shortee Blitz’s ‘A Live UK Hip Hop’ mixtape ft. special guests to be announced on the night.
These newly announced artists join the wide-spanning headliners Roisin Murphy, Goldie, Ezra Collective, Nia Archives, Knucks and Black Star (Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def & Talib Kweli), ensuring a variety of music and an unforgettable celebration of culture all weekend.
We Out Here’s fourth edition takes place on the 10th–14th August in their idyllic new home of Wimborne St Giles. Having previously taken place in Abbots Ripton, Cambridgeshire for the last three editions, the festival is excited to embark on a new chapter in an idyllic new site; unfurling within 400 acres of lush parkland in the South-West of England.
Tickets are still available right here so be sure to grab yours before they sell out.