Nina Kraviz and seven more acts will be playing in an abandoned Estonian prison, surrounded by natural scenery and sea views
Into The Valley have expanded their line-up with additions Nina Kraviz, Dasha Redkina, DJ Stingray, Katerina, Maayan Nidam, Margaret Dygas and Momo Trosman. Previously, in 2016, Nina Kraviz closed the event.
Taking place at Rummu – the old abandoned ruins of an ex-prison in Estonia, the festival will be taking over the surrounding quarry with a total of 60 acts.
Happening on 29 June to 1 July, the two-day event is the more eclectic branch from Music Goes Further’s roster of festivals.
The brand will also be showcasing the festivals Into The Factory and Into The Castle.
Into The Factory is set to happen on 10-12 August in the deserted cement factory Stora Vika, located outside Nynashamn. With an emphasis on darker techno, line-up additions include a live performance from Harvey Southerland, Jessie Granqvist, Molly, Optimo, Paula Temple, Robert Hood and Spacetravel. Music Goes Further have planned to include 75 acts in total.
Into The Castle is to be organised for January 2018, and will be taking place in Cape Town, South Africa.