The French festival returns to Parc Floral de Paris on 5-6 July with a broad and eclectic line-up.
The Peacock Society has announced its 2019 programme, confirming a host of exclusive back-to-back sessions for the summer. Former cover star Helena Hauff will go head-to-head on the decks with Detroit’s DJ Stingray, while NTS regular Elena Colombi has been announced for a slot alongside Dekmantel affiliate Interstellar Funk.
Furthermore, the event has curated an extensive line-up of live sets. German duo Modeselektor will helm a live A/V show with the visual aspects designed by Berlin design and motion graphics studio Pfadfinderei. Dance music’s much-loved duo Bicep step up for a DJ set, along with Iceland’s Bjarki who will be performing live. Expect an anthemic set from Monnom Black’s I Hate Models, and a stunning scenographic live show with Presto?! label boss Lorenzo Senni. Joining them on the programme of live sets are Octavian and Nicola Cruz.
Furthermore, The Black Madonna will open proceedings on the Saturday (6 July) with a three-hour set, followed by Bristol producer Bruce and Daphni. The Peacock Society boasts an impressive schedule of selectors for its upcoming chapter, having booked Rødhåd for the Friday (5 July) line-up, while the Saturday programme will be headed up by Hunee, Daphni, Rinse FM’s Josey Rebelle and Robert Hood. There’ll also be an unmissable set from rising Korean producer Yaeji, who’s rapidly been gaining momentum over the past two years.
The Peacock Society prides itself on representing a wide range of genres at the event, from punk to reggaeton. The event will make use of the outdoors, hosting an array of relaxation areas and outdoor activities. This year, there’ll also be a brand new platform, with the festival’s programme set to be spread across three stages.