Lost Village will take place in an abandoned woodland village for 4,500 people, and the Russian Standard ‘House of Davai’, meaning ‘let’s go’, will kick off the festival on 22 May.
The house will provide entertainment across the weekend including Russian Mule cocktails served in copper mugs, music and live acts in a dedicated area of the forest with performances from Showhawk Duo and Woodland Circus.
Evolution Design will be designing and erecting the Russian Standard stage.
Russian Standard Vodka’s ‘House Of Davai’ is a continuation of activations across the UK at events including Warehouse Project, Rebel Bingo and Lovebox.
The festival will feature old cabins, a derelict chapel and medieval ruins, which will each host live bands, DJs and surprises. The Lost Village base camp will offer craft beers, street food, hair cuts, hat shops, secret musical performance and games.
Lost Village founders Jaymo and Andy George said: "We're super excited to be partnering with Russian Standard Vodka to host our welcome party, featuring an old school set from the legendary Grandmaster Flash, the always amazing Crazy P Soundsystem and a disco set from ourselves. Revellers who arrive on Friday evening can expect an intimate house party kind of vibe, setting the scene for the madness ahead."
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