The Guardian describes this Cheshire festival as "totally cosmic" and it really is out of this world. Mixing the genres of music and science, it offers a weekend of great live performances, culture, art and scientific discovery in abundance.
The meticulous planning is a credit to Bluedot's curators as the whole event encircles this cosmic theme; the predominance of electronic, ethereal music and the mind-boggling acts and installations all remind you that this festival has science crossed with music at its core. With live music, comedy, science talks and workshops, live experiments, showcasing of ground-breaking research and more live music, you'll certainly have plenty to keep your brain stimulated this July!
The timing of this new festival was very opportune, coinciding with Tim Peake's recent space mission and Bluedot has proved to be very popular indeed. It has just won the Association of Independent Festival's award for"Mind Blowing Spectacle" for Brian Eno's light installation and also another award for "Best New Festival on the Block" Thoroughly deserved, we think.