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With summer edging closer and the sun starting to bless the skies, it can only mean one thing; it's nearly festival season! And if you're a dedicated house and techno head, Eastern Electrics Festival should be number one on your list.
This Saturday August 5th sees the almighty EE crew unite old friends and new to host eight expertly programmed stages, featuring new additions Knee Deep In Sound, iconic label Defected Records, plus the long awaited return of Skreamizm, Rinse FM, Viva Warriors, Star of EE, the infamous Tropical Tea Party and a super special VIP area hosted by Jocks and Nerds.
Expect the finest sounds across house, techno, disco, garage, bass and more for this summer outing, plus lots of on-site fun and games to keep all party people entertained. With early bird tickets long sold out, and second tier available now from just £29.50, it's time to secure a spot at what is set to be a highlight event of the UK Festival calendar. Secure a ticket at a bargain price, here: bit.ly/2hVFzVg
Main stage - hosted by Eastern Electrics
Switchyard - hosted by Knee Deep In Sound
The Bigger Top - hosted by Skreamizm
The Club Stage - hosted by Warriors
The Big Top - hosted by Defected
The Star Of EE - hosted by Rinse
The VIP - hosted by 'Jocks & Nerds magazine celebrates five decades of dance.’
Electric City - Featuring The Tropical Tea Party and Hidden Stages.
The Switchyard: Knee Deep in Sound
The Big Top: Viva Warriors
The Club Tent: Defected
Star of EE: Rinse FM
VIP: Jock & Nerds - 30 Years of Acid House
Electric City: The Tropical Tea Party
Carl Cox has brought his unique blend of styles to venues and audiences in virtually every country with a sound system. Having been at the birth of the acid house movement and played the opening party of Danny Rampling's revolutionary Shoom, Carl Cox is one industry face who truly has 'been there since the beginning'.
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Hot Since 82
Leeds based DJ and Producer that releases on Get Physical, Noir Music, Defected, Moda Black and more.
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Croydon's wonderkid, the so-called ambassador of Dubstep. Skream, along with comrades such as Benga and the pioneering DJ Hatcha (Club Forward), created a new faze in dubstep and changed the landscape of urban music. Way before Grime existed, Skream was making his own brew of dubstep: dark. Get ready to meet the unique Skream, his sub-bass will blow you away.
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Dynamic, driven and obsessed with performing as well as he possibly can. Steve?s passion for house, techno and electronica is too strong for one simple generic association, and right now his message is louder than ever. Over twenty years deep and Steve Lawler isn?t just at the top of his game, he?s pushing the boundaries of what a DJ can do – both technically and creatively – as an artist and as a successful label businessman.
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After debuting on Radio 1's Essential Mix, Sonny Fodera has staked his claim as one of the biggest stars of house music's modern revival, earning him a 2016 nomination in the Deep House category of the DJ Awards.
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The Heartless Crew are DJ Fonti, MC Mighty Moe and Bushkin. Give them a rave and they will smash it, give them a beat and they will ride it, pass DJ Fonti a riddim and he will mix it!
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Of Peace Division, and Resident DJ with Elements.
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