With a focus on homegrown talent – and a few international stars thrown in for good measure – Boom Bap has the UK hip hop scene covered.
Boom Bap is about one thing – proving UK hip hop acts can stand up against their US counterparts, with a Brit-heavy lineup that mines the underground for the best fresh talent. Actually, it’s about two things, because good times are as important to the Boom Bap dogma as good music.
With a new home in Suffolk’s Mildenhall Stadium, Boom Bap turned up the volume for its 2014 festival – Ghostface Killah headlined, along with Detroit’s Clear Soul Forces and Blak Twang, while other acts included mask-wearing The Four Owls and UK hip hop legend Ty.
There’s a big graffiti presence at Boom Bap, with artists from all over the world leaving their mark on the festival – paint's not allowed, though, so don't even think about bringing your own.
How do I get there?
Venue: Mildenhall Stadium Hayland Drove West Row, Suffolk IP28 8QU
Travelling by Train: Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds. Catch the train to Cambridge station where Boom Bap festival will be providing a shuttle service to the venue.
Taxi’s ranks are also based outside of the train station.
Travelling by Car: Driving to Boom Bap is just a quick 1.5 hours outside of London. Drive up via the M11.
Super Early Bird Weekend Ticket - £75
Early Bird VIP Weekend Ticket - £130
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
You can buy tickets via the website.