According to their press release, Dragonfly will "feature music (electric and acoustic) of diverse genre, performance, DJ sets in the evening, a cinema hut, visual arts and creative activities, organic 'slow' food, among other things, set amongst the backdrop of a leafy birch forest with lake and shaded pathways." Sounds amazing!
The sound art component is being curated by Helen Marie Frosi of London's SoundFjord gallery. Works can be heard from noon to 6pm each day. Furthermore, there are plans to make available a representative compilation.
Stay tuned for further news of my involvement with SoundFjord, a very cool bunch of people!