Hyte Annouce A Day At The Park 2019

Hyte Announce A Day At The Park 2019

Hyte is coming to Rotterdam for the very first time!

Hyte, the Berlin-based underground festival brand, is heading to the Netherlands for its Rotterdam debut to take over the main stage of “A Day at the Park” at Kralingse Bos on Saturday, September 21st, 2019.

It’s a matter of love for the crowd in the Netherlands when it comes to the line-up, which features the best in techno and house.

The soundtrack comes courtesy of leader of the techno-elite Chris Liebing, the guarantee for pumping basslines of Nicole Moudaber, the house and techno craftsmanship of Nic Fanciulli, the inimitable Chicago charm of Green Velvet as well as Netherlands stalwarts Adin and Wouter S. And there’s one more big headliner on the bill, which is going to be announced in August.

But Hyte is more than just some big names on the line-up: Be prepared for the revered Hyte commitment to light, sound, and show design including the signature laser cage that always creates an incredible environment for likeminded partygoers.

Beacon of the underground Hyte sets another date in its Dutch calendar as it teams up with A Day At The Park, for the launch of a new collaboration that coincides with the festival’s return with an exciting new location. 20,000 partygoers are set to reignite the legacy of A Day At The Park on September, 21st, 2019 at Rotterdam’s Kralingse Bos, a venue carefully chosen to reflect the decade-plus history of the event.

Fittingly, Hyte will curate a big stage and ensure that the brand’s first appearance in Rotterdam properly reflects its sterling reputation.

Naturally, the carefully-curated artists of Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 will be supported by the same sterling production that has earned the underground events series a rock-solid standing in every corner of the globe; whether it’s Miami or Amsterdam, Berlin or Ibiza. Punters can look forward to sound that delivers the crispest highs and the deepest bass in this outdoor Rotterdam setting, alongside the trademark Hyte lighting and visuals.

The signature laser cage will be in full effect, and Hyte regulars know to expect quality that is unparalleled.

Hyte is bringing some of the hottest artists of techno and house to Rotterdam. Get ready for…

Chris Liebing

Not only has Chris Liebing led the techno-elite for more than 25 years, but he has also undergone constant creative evolution during that time.

With a legacy that stretches back to Frankfurt’s iconic early scene, Liebing’s DJing experience stretches back even further to 1990 when he was playing hip-hop, soul and house in his university hometown of Giessen.Chris LiebingA job at Frankfurt’s Eye Q Records, plus a legendary residency at Omen Club, represented his entry into a lifetime of techno.

Leading his revered CLR imprint for nearly 20 years and famous for the incredible intensity he brings to his DJ sets, it was his refusal to stand still that saw him depart for the release of an artist album with the iconic Mute Records and to start a close collaboration with the legendary label.

“I’ve wanted to do something like ‘Burn Slow’ all my life,” said Liebing.

“I vividly remember dancing around at my neighbour’s house in the early ’80s to songs by Depeche Mode and Yazoo. Banging my head in dark basements to the likes of DAF, Laibach and Nitzer Ebb to name but a few.”

Green Velvet

This Chicago legend has been taking ravers to “La La Land” for nearly as long as rave itself has existed, cultivating his love of house and techno while studying chemical engineering at the University of Illinois.

Eventually, it was chemical engineering of the Acid House variety that drew the focus of Green Velvet.Green VelvetReleasing music also as Cajmere with a focus on jackin’ Chicago house, he reserved his Green Velvet alias for music steered down “an Industrial lane.” His 1993 record “Preacher Man” was formative, inspired by a sermon from Reverend CL Franklin.

“The minute I heard it, I just wanted to record something with it, that powerful vocal,” Green Velvet told Moo Kid. “He even kept roaring the word ‘house’!”

In the early 1990s, he launched his Cajual label as well as its sister Relief imprint, and Green Velvet remains as relevant and present as ever as a new generation embraces house music across the US.

A soon to be announced special guest

One more big headliner will be added to the massive line up of Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 soon. Expect something big!

Nicole Moudaber

Nicole Moudaber embodies the international spirit of techno, its ability to cross borders and speak a universal language.

Raised in Nigeria of Lebanese descent, she’s lived in New York and thrown parties in Beirut, now situated in her home of London via Ibiza.

A onetime protégé of Carl Cox and a regular on techno staples like Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label, Moudaber is also the boss of very own MOOD label and event series.Nicole MoudaberShe’s a slave to the pulse of the dancefloor and happily describes herself as a party animal; a lover of fast cars who holds a racing license, regularly hitting speeds of 270kph and upwards; and deeply passionate about activism.

Moudaber has worked for years with theLower East Side Girls Club in New York to mentor disadvantaged young women and most recently launched Eleven, her own campaign to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).

“Nobody knows about this subject,” Moudaber told DJ Mag.

“I think these girls need a voice, and if I can be a bit of help, then my job is done in this world.” It’s this passion that shines through in Moudaber’s talent for rocking crowds the world over.

Nic Fanciulli

The beginning of Nic Fanciulli’s journey to becoming one of house and techno’s most prevalent and consistent DJs and producers began in one of the most old-school ways imaginable: he handed a cassette demo to a club owner, in his hometown of Maidstone in the South East of England.Nic Fanciulli“It was the place where everyone was playing – Carl Cox, Sasha and Digweed, Pete Tong,” Fanciulli told Traxsource. “I learned a lot of my craft there. That was my apprenticeship into music.”

While he still lives in Maidstone, he now DJs in every corner of the globe, launching his seminal Saved Records imprint alongside his brother Mark Fanciulli that is swiftly approaching its 15th anniversary.

He’s a regular for the Hyte celebrated events series, whether it’s a sweaty Amsterdam warehouse or a pristine island off the coast of Vietnam.

Wouter S

Utrecht house-head Wouter S is positioned prominently among the next generation of DJ/producers who are bringing authentically jackin’ sounds to thirsty crowds, with his innate knack for timeless house (with a delicious side of UK garage) really hitting the spot whether it’s an intimate label showcase for his own 44Records imprint or a pumping HYTE warehouse event in Amsterdam.Wouter SIt’s a profile that Wouter has built from grassroots beginnings up over the past decade, cultivated on the side while ensconced in a previous life working in IT and sales.

Electronic music is now his primary focus, and this year he’s introduced to the world what he describes as his “newborn baby” in the form of his new Kompai label.

You’ll catch him representing the Dutch house massive at Hyte events over the summer.

ADIN

ADIN is stalwart of the Netherlands’ incredible scene, arriving via a journey that took him from his home country of Bosnia to a Rotterdam record store.ADINHoning his craft in the days when vinyl was king and producing his first tracks in the early noughties, ADIN has kickstarted 2019 with the launch of his new DREEF imprint.

His sound is situated between European techno and his love for the more melodic side of the dancefloor.

“My Balkan origins added to this love of melodies, as music is a huge part of the culture on that side of the world,” ADIN told Pulse in an interview.

Beyond his Balkan roots, he points to his adopted home as the source of his inspiration. “I’m so happy that I’m living in such an amazing country like the Netherlands. We have the healthiest music scene in the world,” he says.

Hyte x A Day At The Park 2019 at Kralingse Bos on Saturday, 21st September. Click here for tickets, updates and more information.

time warp-Brazil

Time Warp Celebrates An Incredible Brazil Debut

With over 18,000 party people in the heart of São Paolo.

Across two nights, more than 18,000 dancers descended on Sao Paolo for Time Warp’s first ever festival foray in Brazil.

Nina Kraviz, Amelie Lens, DJ Sneak, The Martinez Brothers, Derrick Carter and more brought melodic grooves and magic moments to the new, Latin American edition of the world renowned techno marathon.time warpAcross Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd November, Time Warp made it’s Brazil debut, presenting a melting pot of techno house and deep hypnotic grooves from world revered DJs in a brand new, Latin American setting.

Over 18,000 party people from across 14 countries came to dance, and experience the incredible energy on the dancefloor, with jaw dropping production from local partner Entourage – working with Cosmopop to combine music, lights and technology for a magical Time Warp in Brazil.

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In true Time Warp style, an all-star cast of international heavyweights and local talents sound-tracked the techno marathon’s premiere Sao Paolo outing, from late night through sunrise.

Friday night saw Amelie Lens’ making her Brazil debut, while Nina Kraviz tore it up with her signature acid slammers and Joseph Capriati closing set of the main floor.time warp-2128The main floor transformed into the much loved “Cave 2.0” – with it’s a special low hanging mesh on the ceiling and hundreds of glimmering lights mesmerising dancers.

Local support came from the talented L_Cio, Barbara Boing, Carrot Green, Valesuchi and Vermelho. Spinning outdoors against the stunning Sao Paolo skyline were house legends Derrick Carter and DJ Sneak, plus Barnt, Gui Boratto, Kolsch and the legends the Martinez Brothers.time warp-3125Following a brief storm on Saturday evening, the show did go on – wind and rain couldn’t stop the party. Sven Vath, Maceo Plex, Ilario Allicante and DJ ANNA spun through the night, Bringing proceedings to an truly epic, close at 10:00am on Sunday morning – in true Time Warp style.

Time Warp have proven once again: music is a universal language and the truth is on the dancefloor. Mission accomplished!

hideout 2019

Hideout Announce First Names for 2019 Festival

With lineup additions to follow that will blow your mind.

Following its sun-soaked eighth edition that saw thousands of ravers unite on Croatia’s Zrce Beach, Hideout Festival returns for its ninth jam-packed year with a serious selection of artists on board.

Bringing an unbeatable line-up to the Adriatic Coast, there’s royalty from the electronic world and beyond with Bicep, Jamie Jones, Mall Grab, Hannah Wants, Sam Divine, Sonny Fodera, Solardo, Fisher and plenty more soundtracking the affair.hideout festival 2019Between 1st July5th July, the five-day festival will take place on the idyllic Zrce Beach complete with five venues, open air pool parties, main stage sets, an exclusive beach party, boat parties and more!

Limited tickets will be available to registered fans from Tuesday 6th November, with general tickets available to the public on Thursday 8th November. Packages will also be on sale, with accommodation and ticket bundles from just £275. (Packages available here).

Don’t miss out, now is the time to secure your place at this Croatian favourite before tickets and the best packages sell out.hiedout croatia 2017 Year-on-year Hideout Festival sees thousands flocking to the Adriatic shores in search of a fun-fuelled break soundtracked by the best in house, techno, disco, grime, DnB, garage and beyond, with 2019 set to take things to the next level.

Proud to announce a hefty bill of headliners, there’s big room bangers from Belfast dream team and unstoppable duo BICEP. Hot Creations and Paradise boss Jamie Jones returns to Zrce Beach, bringing melodic techno and deep house cuts while you can expect feel-good, uplifting classic house and tech grooves from Hideout favourite, MK.

Plus, don’t miss an incredible show from chart-smashing drum’n’bass collective Rudimental.hideoutAwait hands in the air moments with Maribou State and George Fitzgerald, plus infectious grooves from Horse Meat Disco and dancefloor hero, Skream. Full on party vibes come from Australia’s finest exports – young gun Mall Grab and big room fave, Fischer, with uplifting house and techno from Denney and Krystal Klear. Plus, catch Radio 1 mainstays, Monki and Danny Howard.

For dedicated deep house fans, don’t miss Detlef, and Richy Ahmed – the inimitable Hot Creations hero, both set to bring sounds from the White Isle. Defected’s finest, Sam Divine and Sonny Fodera, make a welcome return, as does global kingpin, Doorly. Clubbing stars Camelphat and Solardo will also bring dancefloor heat and massive drops to Hideout’s 2019 offering.As ever, there’s a heavy offering of chunky beats and bass laced sounds set to shake Hideout to the core – with My Nu Leng, Shy FX, Flava D, Holy Goof, Klose One and none other than Redlight on board. Bassline’s first lady, Hannah Wants, makes a return which is set to be an annual highlight while Paul Woolford is on hand for genre-defying selections, whilst also returning to his junglist roots with a Special Request set.

Old skool jungle and drum’n’bass mayhem comes courtesy of the legendary DJ Hype and Clipz, with Crucast also in tow for low frequency madness, plus jump-up drum’n’bass from Macky Gee and rising talent, Mollie Collins. All the ravers, get set for an education in all that’s epic in Garage and Bass with Matt Jam Lamont’s incredible selections. Last but by no means least, don’t miss breakthrough selectors Alexis, Ben Sterling and Rinse FM’s Emerald.

All this and so many more incredible artists are still yet to be announced and there’s truly something to suit all tastes across the five days and five nights of Hideout Festival 2019.

To be a part of the action, make sure you grab a ticket whilst they’re still available from just £275 + Booking Fee, or spread the cost and place an initial £75 down to secure a space at this not-to-miss festival outing.

With lineup additions to follow that will blow your mind, keep your eyes open for more information.hideout

Travel, Accommodation and Ticket info

Taking full reign over the picturesque Zrce Beach site, there’s three on-site clubs (Papaya, Aquarius and Kalypso) that boast the highest spec sound systems you’ll find in the country, plus secret beach parties, boat parties and more, all taking place within easy walking distance of each other.

A stunning setting, it’s the ideal backdrop for a sun-kissed break meets hands in the air party! Hideout provides a wide range of accommodation / ticket packages that will be on sale soon, with packages starting from £275 + BF. These can also be purchased through Hideout’s website, here.

Otherwise, Pag Island is easily accessible from Zadar / Split / Zagreb / Dubrovnik with flights from London taking under 3 hours so there’s no excuse to miss Hideout 2019.

www.hideoutfestival.com

Hyte Electric Zoo NYC

Review: Hyte Leave New York Raving To Their Groove

The Berlin based festival brand brought their reputable spirit to the US.

Hyte, well-known for outstanding underground electronic music events all over the globe, presented their latest collaboration on Sunday 2nd September, with Electric Zoo Festival in New York and once again it proved the brand to be one of the most essential and exiting in the world of Techno and House.

The performances by Chris Liebing b2b Dubfire, Pete Tong, Matthias Tanzmann and Gregor Tresher set the groove to this stage hosting.

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The stage was expertly designed with the key elements of every Hyte show and, of course, had New York’s iconic skyline in the backdrop as the music began. Memorable sets came from a quality list of names on the Hyte stage:

Things started to heat up with Gregor Tresher, who played a magical mix of techno that really got people into the groove.Gregor tresherMatthias Tanzmann then stepped with an outstanding set of his infectious tech house sound, featuring plenty of cuts from his own Moon Harbour label as well as the best of the rest.Matthias TanzmannWith Pete Tong coming on stage, he really was the centre of attention for the whole festival, and as ever came correct with his contemporary selection of up front sounds all mixed to perfection.Pete TongThen came the legendary Chris Liebing and Dubfire, brothers in music, who really showed they had a great understanding as they took the crowd on a real journey.

Chris played a few of his upcoming tracks from his much-anticipated new album Burn Slow, recently released on the infamous Mute label, and it was a real highlight of the festival.DubfireAttention now turns to Amsterdam Dance Event, where Hyte will present another highlight event. It is across three stages at Mediahaven and features world class names like Chris Liebing, Loco Dice, Pan-Pot, Enzo Siragusa, Guti, wAFF, Andrea Oliva, Subb-an b2b Adam Shelton, and many more (Click here for event info), then on November,

10th Hyte is coming to Eindhoven in The Netherlands to host a stage at “We Are Electric” at Klokgebouw with Chris Liebing, Marcel Dettmann, Robert Hood, Colin Benders live and Titia.

dj harvey

A Lovely London Festival with DJ Harvey

The one and only DJ Harvey will be joining Artwork as his special guest for what will be the most fun you can possibly have at a festival this summer.

On Saturday 11th August, at the height of the sunniest month of the year, Artwork presents Art’s House, A Lovely London Festival.

With humble beginnings, Art’s House has grown from an intimate rave in a stranger’s front room, to one of the most fun-filled parties to come out of the capital. From The Nest to XOYO to Brixton Electric to Pikes Ibiza to touring clubs across the UK, Artwork has built on Art’s House year-on-year and he’s about to take it even further with his very own festival.

 

The meeting of two British DJ legends can only mean great things and after a summer spent holding down a residency each at the iconic Ibizan institution that is Pikes, the pair will finally give the people what they want. Two of the finest selectors of house and disco in the game come together for the first time as, soundtracking your entire day. 

Taking over Three Mills Island, a lovely patch of greenery sat between Bow and Stratford, this will be the biggest Art’s House yet. Enclosed by the winding Lee Valley River with an incredible industrial backdrop, this is the ultimate East London spot to throw a big ol’ outdoor party. artwork dj harveyAs always, Art’s House will be decked out to the rafters. Expect Art’s vivacious troupe of dancers, mouth-watering street food, cold craft beers, summer inspired cocktails and a horde of home comforts only Artwork can provide (his front room sofa being one of them)…

You can grab a VIP ticket if you like. It will be a cosy little area with some posh loos, a cocktail bar and some comfy seating. (Click here for tickets).

The BPM Festival - Portugal

The BPM Festival Reveals Portugal 2018 Phase 1 Lineup

Over 50 names announced for the festival’s European return to the Algarve Coast.

Making its highly-anticipated return to Europe on Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd September 2018, The BPM Festival: Portugal announces the first wave of acts for its second year on the stunning Algarve coast.

Revealing over fifty names for phase one, the 2018 edition will see today’s top DJ talent touchdown in Portimão and Lagoa as essential destinations for fans of quality house and techno.The BPM Festival - PortugalBringing together a contingent of BPM veterans and newcomers, the festival is pleased to welcome back Art Department, Apollonia, Carl Craig, Chus & Ceballos, Danny Tenaglia, Hector, Josh Wink, Lauren Lane, Lee Burridge, Loco Dice, Nastia, Paco Osuna, and Seth Troxler.

Making their Portuguese edition debut are Marco Carola, Mark Knight, Nicole Moudaber, The Martinez Brothers, Wolf + Lamb and several familiar names who will join the festival for its biggest expansion yet.The BPM Festival: Portugal 2018Held over four days and nights at eight distinct venues, Portugal’s world famous Algarve region will host leading label showcases, renowned party brands, and The BPM Festival’s all-star signature events at beach-side venues, nightclubs and more.

Impressing audiences with its stunning landscape of its towering limestone cliffs, hidden caves and grottos, golden sand beaches and crystal aqua blue water, The BPM Festival: Portugal 2018 serves as the perfect closing celebration for the end of the European summer season.The BPM Festival - PortugalTier 1 festival passes for the second edition of The BPM Festival: Portugal will go on sale on Wednesday 25th April 2018 at 4am EDT / 9am BST / 10am CEST at TheBPMFestival.com.

All-in packages for festival passes plus travel and/or accommodation will also be available via The BPM Festival’s official travel partner, Festicket or check The BPM Festival: Portugal Facebook page here.

Diynamic Festival

Lineup Announced For Diynamic Festival London

Excitement is building towards the first ever Diynamic Festival in London as headliners for the two day event are revealed.

Diynamic Label head Solomun will be joined by Adriatique, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, HOSH, Karmon, Johannes Brecht, Undercatt, Lehar, Magdalena, Musumeci, Andy Bros and Magit Cacoon for this sure to be spectacular event.

It all goes down on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September at a unique place in central London that will be transformed with a very special main stage that is custom designed in Hamburg, as well as a state-of-the-art D&B sound system, huge variety of award winning street food and bars offering ice cold beer, Pimm’s and delicious cocktails.

The open air setting will host 5000 people in a friendly space and offer a truly immersive musical world.

The main man Solomun will play two special sets at the festival and is sure to bring plenty of the melodic house sounds he is so well known for. Key label acts like Adriatique, who have been a staple of Diynamic parties round the world for a while now, plus Kollektiv Turmstrasse, who have a cinematic take on 4/4 somewhere between house and techno, and long time stalwart and fryhide boss HOSH will also bring their own unique takes on tech house.

There will also be sets from newer associates like Karmon and Italian duo Undercatt, who have both served up brilliant EPs as part of the label’s on-going Picture series and are sure bring their own distinctive flavours. Next up, studio star and acclaimed live musician Johannes Brecht is classically trained so always brings real class to his sets, while Lehar’s emotional and spontaneous offerings are sure to really resonate with the crowd.

Not many people know, but next act Magdalena has been with the label since day one. Her first productions emerged in 2017 and she is now an established artist with her own distinctive sound. Add in Musumeci, Andy Bros and Magit Cacoo and you have a brilliant line-up that covers all parts of the underground musical spectrum.Diynamic Festival lineupThis is a rare and unique way to get the full Diynamic experience right in the heart of London with next level production vales and a world class sound track.

Sign up here or check their Facebook page for more info here.

The Social Festival Mexico

The Social Festival Mexico 2018 Full Lineup Announced

The Social Festival Mexico now reveals the full line-up for 2018’s mammoth event on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th April 2018. 

Taking place at Deportivo Lomas Atlas, a famous open air sports facility with breathtaking mountains in the background and hot sun beaming down on the whole area.

Headlining will be Social main man Nic Fanciulli as well as stars from the global house and techno scene including SashaSkreamBen Klock, Rødhåd, Carl Craig, Pete Tong, The Black MadonnaÂme and more.MexicoThe festival takes place at a stunning sports facility that was inaugurated in 1938 and across its 56 hectares it has a shooting stand and equestrian and sports areas, as well as being known for hosting various events including the Equestrian World Championship and some amazing music festivals.

The Social comes from Nic Fanciulli, who is boss of the Saved label and a global tech house innovator. Its sister festival in the UK is one of the most respected in Europe and the Mexican event shares plenty of the same ideals and values, making it one of the flagship festivals this year. 

As well as a headline set from Nic, he will be joined by some of his close friends, including the likes of the legendary Sasha, Rumors boss Guy Gerber, party starter Skream, techno heavyweights Ben Klock and Rødhåd and Detroit stars Carl Craig and Jimmy Edgar. Also playing are BBC Radio one host Pete Tong, lady of the moment The Black Madonna, Ovum boss Josh Wink, deep house heroes Âme, Dc10 resident Davide Squillace, Life And Death’s ThugFucker, Cocoon’s wAFF and Mobilee label boss Anja Schneider amongst many others.the social festival mexicoThe combination of the on point line-up, special venue, guaranteed Latin American weather and most importantly the fans of The Social Festival Mexico is a recipe for a truly memorable musical experience.

For tickets and updates on The Social Festival Mexico 2018, click here.

Diynamic London Festival

Diynamic Launch Their First London Festival

Open Air event to take place at east London location on the banks of river Thames

German powerhouse label Diynamic is launching its first London festival. Taking place across two days on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September at Greenwich Peninsula, expect a large selection of the key artists that have won the label global admiration coupled with world class production in a spectacular setting.

Diynamic are well known for their sold out showcases across the world, from OFF Sonar to ADE to London. Last year saw the launch of the inaugural Diynamic festival in a forest outside Amsterdam, and this year the show comes to London for the first time ever. Label boss Solomun is world-renowned for his influential and hugely popular ‘Solomun+1’ night at Pacha Ibiza, which has recently had global outings in Tulum and Paris.

While the full line-up will be announced in due course, expect to catch most of the Diynamic family in action.  The impressive open air site is located on the Greenwich Peninsula in south-east London, on the banks the river Thames, with the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf forming a glorious backdrop. With a limited capacity of 5,000 people, you can expect incredible music, drinks and food in an intimate open air setting.Diynamic Launch Their First London FestivalThe festival will feature a custom designed main stage, being shipped from Diynamic headquarters in Hamburg, with a state of the art D&B soundsystem on top. There will be a large variety of award winning street food available all day, as well as bars serving ice cold beer, pimm’s and delicious cocktails.

The festival is being brought to you in partnership with London party instigators Unleash, old friends of the label, and hosts of the sold out 10 Years of Diynamic party in 2015.

Diynamic Festival London is the unmissable event of London’s 2018 event calendar, so be sure to put the date in the diary before more announcements later in spring. Join the Facebook event for more information and updates here. Sign up for pre-sale tickets here.

Elrow X Fatboy Slim

Fatboy Slim Teams Up With Elrow At Olympic Park

A special and unique show that has never been seen before.

Fresh off the back of his sell-out show at London’s Alexandra Palace last weekend, elrow announce cult icon Fatboy Slim as the collaborator on Sunday 19th August at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

He’s the biggest superstar ever booked to play an elrow show. And after a fleeting appearance at the elrow stage during Glastonbury last year, it was an obvious progression to take things to the next level.Fatboy SlimIf you were to trace the modern-day global phenomenon of electronic music back to its humble-beginnings, you would find Fatboy Slim at the bridge between the underground and the mainstream. He brought dance music to the masses, conquered the charts and turned himself in the industry’s original brand.

His impact on pop culture cannot go unnoticed. Even today as a 30-year veteran, he continues to hold a place dear in our hearts. Mix Fatboy Slim’s anarchic, larger-than-life stage persona with the flamboyance and theatrics of the elrow experience, throw in a tonne of inflatables and thousands of smiley balloons and you have all the ingredients for the greatest spectacle on Earth.

This is his only scheduled London date for the remainder of this year: Fatboy Slim + elrow, on paper there’s never been a better match!

 

Pre-sale tickets on sale Wednesday 7th March at midday. General release tickets on sale Friday 9th March at midday.

If you signed up and haven’t received your pre-sale ticket link please email infouk@elrowfamily.com