FARMER GLITCH: Pint Mug Soundsystem
NOW FULLY BOOKED, WAITING LIST ONLY
Saturday 2nd September
Stephen Ives (founder of hackerfarm.net and director of eastvilleproject.org.uk) creates bespoke hand-made instruments/sound machines by hacking and repurposing found objects and utilising redundant media and technologies.
Attendees will be able to build a hand-held amplifier/speaker sound system in their own plastic festival pint mug with either Bluetooth or mini-jack connection. Soldering boards, switches and speakers into place will create a unique and useful souvenir to take home with you!
We have a selection of fabulous workshops on offer as part of our 2023 programme! Places are limited, so sign up here to secure your place, and please do let us know if you’re no longer able to attend.
Please note, entry to these workshops is included in the Supersonic Festival ticket – a festival ticket for the relevant day (or the full weekend) is required!