Supernormal combines the bucolic serenity of a country fair with the excitement of a cutting edge music festival and the dramatic tension of successful dadaist performance art.
You can truly make what you want of it, there are a plethora of activities, workshops, talks, exhibits and screenings to keep you busy without ever needing to see a band.
Supernormal is as much a political statement as a collaborative arts event. Its deliberately small size facilitates interaction and makes it possible to feel part of its urgent creative vibe.
The event that is helping reshape the festival format.
I could write about bands until my hands go numb and it wouldn't go any way to explaining why Supernormal is the best festival this country has right now.
An entirely rare and positive experience. A sociological experiment conducted within a safe warm-hearted space, and a world away from corporate involvement of any kind.
In May this year, Supernormal hosted its first one-week art & music residency at Braziers Park for six artists who had previously taken part in Supernormal festival. During the week, artists researched the unique history of Braziers Park and engaged with the site and community whilst sharing ideas, knowledge and inspirations together as a group.…
The lifeblood of Supernormal, above and beyond any particular art or music, flows via the interaction between artists and audience, and in the dissolution of boundaries between the two. It's for that reason that we're delighted to announce an activities and arts programme that's as kaleidoscopic, iconoclastic, inspiring and outlandish as any we've brought you…