Art Vs Science Headlining Stoked In The Park Pamplona
Run with bulls and parlez vous francais, this year at Sanfermines you’re going to use your flippers to get down
PAMPLONA, SPAIN. Following the mad crazy success of Stoked in the Park, London, headlined by Yolanda Be Cool, Stoke Travel is beyond excited to announce that Australian electronic dance maestroes, Art Vs Science will be headlining Stoked in the Park’s first outing in Pamplona, on the 7th and 8th of July.
Art Vs Science have been standouts on the Australian festival circuit ever since breaking out via Triple J’s Unearthed program, playing Splendour In The Grass, The Falls Festival, Parklife and the United State’s Bonnaroo, as well as supporting La Roux and Groove Armada through the UK and The Chemical Brothers in Australia. They have featured in Triple J’s Hottest 100 numerous times, peaking at number nine in 2010 for Magic Fountain, and have been in the charts for singles including Flippers, Parlez Vous Francais, and Create/Destroy. Stoked in the Park will be Art Vs Science’s first show in Pamplona, and we’re absolutely wrapt to see them play amongst the Navarrese hills, under a million Spanish stars, powered by sangria squeezed from local grapes.
Stoked in the Park is a two-day music, food, culture and goodtimes festival is held at Stoke Travel’s campsite, and in conjunction with Pamplona’s San Fermin celebrations. The festival will entertain travellers, backpackers, students and locals when they’re not enjoying Pamplona’s famous street parties, or surviving its infamous bull run. Stoked in the Park will feature local and international bands and DJs, with Kiwi Pips, Honey Hayze, Mesmeriser and Hiaground among the acts supporting Art Vs Science.
Alongside the music Stoked in the Park will feature pool parties, mini golf, food trucks, local wine tasting, and friendly team sports competitions like tag rugby and dodgeball. The event is held at the El Molino campsite, located outside Pamplona amongst the rolling hills of Navarra and alongside a river, with plenty of grassed areas and trees offering shade. The campsite is legendary with travellers, being the original basecamp for overseas visitors to the Running of the Bulls.
Stoked in the Park entry is included in Stoke Travel’s Running of the Bulls accommodation packages. For €60 per day travellers can take advantage of twin-share tent accommodation with mats and sleeping bags, cooked breakfast and dinner daily, Stoke Travel guides for the bull run and Pamplona’s street parties, and all the attractions of the Stoked in the Park festival. For an extra €10 per day travellers can also choose our open-and-unlimited beer and sangria bar option, making Stoked in the Park the only music festival where punters won’t have to spend a million bucks on mid-strength beers.
For travellers who have already booked their Running of the Bulls Pamplona stays with other companies, we’d strongly suggest you get a refund and book with Stoke Travel. If that’s impossible, then be sure to take advantage of a €30 festival pass, which will get you two days entry to Stoked in the Park. And for travellers who aren’t interested in the Running of the Bulls, we want to remind you that the run is only one part, five minutes, of a huge city-wide festival. We encourage travellers to enjoy the city’s street parties, its bars, live music and amazing food. We also encourage you to come and make the most of Stoked in the Park, as there will be more than enough happening at our own event to make a trip to Pamplona worth your while.
Stoked in the Park featuring Art Vs Science takes place in the El Molino campsite outside Pamplona, on the 7th and 8th of July, during the San Fermin/Running of the Bulls festival. All-inclusive stays start at €60 per day, with festival only tickets €30. This is a new way to experience Europe’s biggest and best cultural festivals and a must-stop for all travellers.
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