Telford's Warehouse in Chester will pay homage to the global psychedelic renaissance during May, popularising sub cultures all over the world.
Soar Angelic will take place from May 22-24 within the walls of the historic, industrial canalside venue.
The three day festival will celebrate psych through a variation of media.
Visual art and film will be displayed alongside live performances, DJs and a record fair will stand on the Saturday with stalls from VOD Music, Grey & Pink plus Woodstock Records.
The line-up includes Chester’s very own ‘trip gaze’ indie outfit Chemistry Lane headlining the Thursday.
White Noise Sound from Swansea headline the Friday with support from Liverpool’s Wild Eyes and BBC Radio DJ Adam Walton keeping the dance floor swinging.
Saturday is brought to you by Sunstone Records featuring their latest signings 3D Tanx and Balduin.
This popular Swiss artist will be backed by The Lords Of Thyme whose shows rumour to wander into sonic Krautrock improvs.
Light shows will complement live performance adding an element of 1960s psychedelia; reminiscent of the iconic liquid light shows such as Pink Floyd’s Games For May and Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable.
Lasers and projections will create colourful imagery, kaleidoscopic shadows, organic shapes and geometric patterns upon Telford’s exposed brickwork and cavernous stage area.
Saturday will also find Telford’s dance floor transform into a relaxed arthouse style cinema with retro, psychedelic and abstract cult film screenings complete with a snack kiosk serving flavoured popcorn.
Entry is free except for the hours 9pm-12.30am Friday and Saturday where a £4 door charge will be levied.
Advanced tickets to guarantee entry on these nights will be available from www.seetickets.com.
For more information on acts and performance times please visit www.telfordswarehouse.com.