REVEALED: FooR announced as special guest headliners at Witton Park’s Restricted Forest festival


FooR have been announced as the special guest headliners at this year’s Restricted Forrest festival.

FooR, a group of musicians and DJs from the South coast, have had tracks featured on Radio One, 1xtra, and Kiss FM as well as a huge social media following.

They will play the Aslan stage, the main stage at the festival, along with big name DJs such as Radio One’s Charlie Sloth, baseline legend Jamie Duggan, Danny T and many more.

Witton Country Park in Blackburn will host the Restricted Forest festival in September.

Restricted Forest was first brought to Blackburn in May 2017 and has been a hit with festival goers.

This year a third stage, Home-Tree, has been added to cater the 35 DJs who will be at the event.

The three stages will each offer a different genre of dance music, from house and base to old-school and tech.


The Pagoda stage will play old-school and class house anthems, with DJs such as Judge Jules, K-Klass, Paul Taylor, Live P.A Shades of Rhythm all taking to the stage.

The third stage, Home-Tree, will play tech and tech house music and will welcome DJs such as Max Chapman, Pirate Cope, Pete Zorba, Intu the Woods and local guest DJs.

The festival will also feature laser and light shows, fire breathers, palm readers, stilt walkers, dance performers and many more weird and wonderful acts.

Due to a high demand in tickets so far, only Phase Three and VIP tickets remain. Both can be purchased at

An after-party has also been scheduled at Switch nightclub on St Peters Street, Blackburn.

Event Details

Restricted Forest: 18+
Saturday 8th September, 2018

Opens 1:00pm
Closes 11:00pm
Last Entry 6:00pm

Witton Country Park, Preston Old Road, Blackburn, BB2 2TP

Tickets available here –

After-party: 18+
Switch nightclub, St Peter Street, Blackburn, BB2 2HD until 4am.

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