May 23rd 24th 25th 2014 are the dates for Europe's biggest veggie event in 2014
Bumper turnout for our tenth birthday
140 stalls booked for Bristol
Pay on gate for Saturday daytime and all day/evening Sunday
PEAB 'Work in the Community' Award goes to VegfestUK
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beta rocker sound system
The beta rocker sound system
The beta rocker sound system is a Brighton based Dee jay collective, built up of two Dee jays Natty Red and King Gibbs. They also have their own successful roots and reggae show every Wednesday morning from 9am GMT on a world wide radio station Code South. Playing some of the finest Riddims around, old and new!
They can also be found playing at various venues and festivals around the UK. For latest info and mix’s on The Beta Rocker sound system add on :
friday 24th May
Saturday 25th May
Sunday 26th May
In 2004, idiotech achieved notoriety with his remix of The Prodigy's "Girls". Since then, idiotech has completed a number of official remixes for a range of major and independent label artists, receiving praise from DJs such as Norman Cook and Mark Moore. Idiotech was included in the Xfm / Wall Of Sound "A-Z of DJs", playing at Cargo alongside the sounds of Coldcut, Erol Alkan, Rob da Bank, Soulwax and Yoda. His DJ sets have been broadcast on Xfm.
A vegan since 1996, idiotech is a local contact for the Vegan Society, a vegan buddy for Vegan Campaigns, a vegan mentor for Animal Liberation Victoria, and the organiser of London Vegan Meetup - a social group with over 1,750 vegan and "v-curious" members.