Beat Full Festival

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Beat Full Festival is held in Sicily, near the biggest city of the island, Palermo. An eclectic mix of music is on offer, going from reggae and dub to hip-hop and electronic. Various other activities will also be organised, such as group exercises in the morning, yoga, organised debates, theatre, and street art on display.

There is also a specially designated 'family-friendly' section.

2013 Lineup

AUGUST 2nd: Africa Unite ( Reggae, Dub, Rocksteady) Zion Train Sound System ( Dub ) Linea di Massa ( Reggae, Dub) Gente Strana Posse ( Hip Hop, Rap, Rock) Shakalab ( Reggae, Dub, Rocksteady Dancehall) APS ( Experimental blues folk, rock) SSSS ( Experimental jazz, electro noise) Sicanian Sound System ( Reggae, Dancehall, Dub )

AUGUST 3rd: Marta Sui Tubi ( Alternative, Indie rock) Waines (Indie rock & roll, psyco blues ) Gente de Borgata (Rap, Hip hop) Good Falafel ( Trip hop, electro new wave) Bonnot ( electro performer producer) Davide Di Rosolini ( folk, singer-songwriter) Forsqueak (Experimental , psychedelic rock, jazz) Giacomo Sferlazzo ( Folk )

AUGUST 3rd: Atari Teenage Riot( tecno punk, drum-n-bass) Appaloosa ( psychedelic funk, rock) Kali Yuga ( Hardcore, Hard Rock, Funky ) Ohm Killer ( electro beat, electro funk, drum-n-bass) DRLR ( electronica ,break beat ) Andy Fag & the Real Men ( hardcore punk, rock ) Dry Leaf ( electric folk ) Furious Georgie ( psych-folk, blues e country)


€40 for the full three days, including camping or €15 each day (including camping )


There are four stages inside the venue.


The camping area at Beat Full is fully equipped with all amenities including bathrooms, showers, cooking areas with tables and parking nearby. A locally sourced vegan menu is on offer.


There are two parking areas near the venue.

What to wear

Sicily is very hot in august, bring sun cream, and swimming trunks!

Food and Drinks

There will be restaurant service at the festival providing fast food, with vegetarian and vegan options. There will be bars with non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks.


There are buses that go direct to Piana Degli Albanesi at the the terminal in Via Balsamo, near the Palermo Central Station

Bus schedule: 07:15am-1:00pm-2:30pm-5:00pm-19:00 p.m.

Call +39 0039 3206254074 and upon arrival and a staff member will come to pick you up at the bus stop.

From Palermo the journey time is about 50 minutes.