London’s Eastern Electrics Returns to Hatfield House
Escaping the busy streets of Central London, Eastern Electrics will soon be descending onto the beautiful grounds of Hatfield House in Hertfordshire. Only 25 minutes away from the capital, house music lovers and festival goers alike are in for a treat. Especially with this year’s lineup. Bigger and better than ever before, expect to rave to some of the biggest names in dance music including Seth Troxler, Skream and The Martinez Brothers, who are all topping the festival’s all star bill.
With the festival celebrating it’s 5th Anniversary, the crew have been working hard to make sure 2016 is extra special. On Saturday 6th August expect to be welcomed into the festival boasting nine different stages. Some of these include an ‘Industrial Stage’ curated by legendary dance music duo Groove Armada and a Black Butter Records stage representing the ‘bassier’ artists of lineup like dnb/jungle king Shy FX, Oneman and Mele. If you’re looking for something a bit different, though, look no further than the glitter filled ‘Electric City’ that shall be returning to the event for a fourth year in a row. The ‘Secret Paradise’ is said to be filled with disco wonders including a glitter station, dress up area, photo booths and a volleyball court, complete with sand. What’s more is that the arena is located off the beaten track so be sure to look out for the ‘Enchanted Forest’.
Quench your thirst at Eastern Electrics’ very own watering hole where you might stumble across a familiar famous face. Actor Idris Elba is set to play an extremely rare DJ set, giving revellers the very best mix in house, garage and R&B. Be sure not to miss the actor’s unbelievable DJing talent coupled with a variety of drinks to keep you going ‘til sundown.
This year’s Eastern Electrics is set to be the biggest to date. The explosive lineup delivers the very best in underground dance music with Boddika, Hot Since ’82, Artwork, Darius Syrossian, Waze & Odyssey, MJ Cole, Boddhi, DJ S.K.T, Doorly and many joining the lineup. With tickets starting from just £35, Eastern Electrics is a festival not to be missed.