With a number of stages that include the main stage, Communion Presents, Despacio and The Soundclash Stage, there is music for everyone spanning from house, through acoustic, rock, indie, drum & bass and more. Aside from the music there are a number of experiences to be had at Citadel that include talks and debates from Sunday Papers Live, select dining experiences curated by the likes of celebrity chef Richard Turner, relaxing pursuits at The Wild Wellbeing camp, countless arts, crafts and cultural activities to get immersed in, not to mention the Sunday Sports day that will give you the chance to play some not so common sports on the green of Victoria Park.
Of course, the music is where the main fun lies, with many bands, singers and DJs having been invited to Citadel since it’s opening. With headliners of the ilk of Bombay Bicycle Club and Ben Howard, the days will be laid back and full of full frontal acoustic treatment. The Communion stage has in the past welcome artists such as Bears Den, Dan Croll, and Rhodes, with the Soundclash stage playing host to the likes of Roots Manuva, Hidden Orchestra and Andreya Triana.
Citadel Festival is an inner city festival with a twist, as the minds behind Wilderness and Lovebox have combined the best bits of the two, the unrivalled music policy and unique alternative activities, to result in one of the most enjoyable days out in the capital on offer.