Bringing together 10,000 revellers with an impressive list of internationally acclaimed artists across seven stages, Eastern Electrics Festival promises to be one unforgettable all-day party, bringing the underground to Hatfield House on Saturday August 2.
With Monika Kruse, Dense & Pika, Craig Richards and Jordan Mina joining Art Department, Laura Jones, Steve Lawler, Ellen Allien, Mano Le Tough, tINI, Daniel Avery, Loefah, Route 94 and more, Eastern Electrics Festival represents the finest from the UK and beyond. And continuing in the festival spirit, the Eastern Electrics Festival After Party takes over The Coronet Theatre, with Kerri Chandler, Route 94, Tania Vulcano, Monika Kruse and Voyeur along for the ride, as well as rooms hosted by Art of the Muse, Phonica Records and Just Jack.
The outdoor main stage provides a spectacle to remember; expect the usual madness, pillow fights, make-up and photo booths, paint fights and intrepid adventurers in the Electric City; The Star of EE Pub is the on-site watering hole; The Switchyard is built entirely out of shipping containers and promises a wild, raw rave xperience; and the Igloovision dome returns, with state-of-the-art visuals and production.
House and techno’s finest head to the main stage, with Monika Kruse’s brand of dark electronica now joining Art Department’s bass-infused sound and soulful vibes from Kerri Chandler. Revered DJ and remixer Laura Jones, noise adventurer Maxxi Soundsystem and global house export Steve Lawler complete the main stage experience.
mulletover in The Switchyard presents BPitch Control head Ellen Allien, mulletover man Geddes, secretsundaze boys Giles Smith and James Priestley, cosmic innovator Mano Le Tough and techno selector tINI. Rinse is in attendance with the RC1 Soundsystem, welcoming new additions Hotflush techno outfit Dense & Pika, Swamp 81 big cheese Loefah, chart-topper Route 94 and up-and-comer Tom Shorterz. Art of Dark joins the party in The Igloovision dome, with Colin Chiddle, Dyed Soundorom, Jack & I, Sonja Moonear and Tania Vulcano. Wild times come to the fore at Electric City & Red Bull Studio Stage. And there’s so much more – see the full lineup for details.v
Eastern Electrics Festival celebrates the best sounds coming from an electronic music scene that has never been so diverse, exciting or innovative. Born in a warehouse in 2007, Eastern Electrics has grown rapidly into one of the most influential names in UK club culture, and is a brand that always delivers.
For revellers game for continuing into the early hours, Eastern Electrics Festival hosts a monster of an After Party at The Coronet Theatre. Providing the perfect end to your festival experience, or the ultimate lineup for an all-night rave for fresh party people who can’t make it to Hatfield House during the day.
Riding straight through from day to night in the main room Kerri Chandler, Route 94, Tania Vulcano, Monika Kruse and Voyeur step up for the dedicated Eastern Electrics family, while East London warehouse promoter Art of the Muse takes on Room 2 with London vinyl specialists Phonica Records, and Bristol party starters Just Jack are in Room 3 until 6am. Tickets start from just £15 and are available now, with VIP options to make a very special night of it.