A UNIQUE festival fusing electronic music, film theatre and art installations will be taking place next month, all inside a secret military base near the world-famous Stonehenge.

Based on the graphic novel with the same name, The Delaware Road festival: Ritual and Resistance brings a vision of post-war Britain to the present through a combination of sound and light, while inviting visitors to enjoy electronic music, myths and broadcast propaganda through the transformative nature of sound.

The line up boasts a vast selection of experimental musicians including poet, artist and former member of punk rock activists Crass, Penny Rimbaud, London based electronic artist, DJ and instrument designer, Lia Mice, multi-instrumentalist and sound historian, Sarah Angliss, multimedia and audio-visual artist, Ian Helliwell, DJ Food and more.

And Saturday’s headliner will be former world snooker champion, TV sports commentator and DJ, Steve Davis, who has brought his techno talents to events including Glastonbury Festival and Doune the Rabbit Hole Festival.

The festival will be held in secret military base, New Zealand Farm Camp, at Gore Cross, Salisbury Plain.

And as well as hosting more than 40 musicians, labels, guest speakers, DJs and film producers, The Delaware Road will also include a history fix, welcoming guest speakers from Wiltshire Museum, to talk about the myths, legends and landscapes of Stonehenge and Salisbury Plain.

Performances start at 5pm on the Saturday afternoon and end at 3am Sunday morning with camping options available for an overnight stay.

Those attending the overnight entertainment are encouraged to travel to the site using the Imberbus service, which allows festival goers the chance to stop at Imber village along the way, to visit the 16th century St Giles’ Church.

Imber is an uninhabited village in part of the British Army’s training grounds on Salisbury Plain, only open select days each year.

The festival runs across August 17 and 18 and camping and day tickets are still available, with day and night tickets starting from £48. For further information and tickets visit the Delaware Road website.