Brand-new dance music festival Electric Woodlands has revealed the full lineup for this September. The all-day party will take place on Saturday 25th September at the rustic setting of Bygrave Farm in Hertfordshire, just 30 minutes from London.
Organisers will be teaming up with genre-leading brands such as DnB Allstars, CruCast and Foreverland to bring party-goers the very best drum & bass, house and bass music across 3 bespoke stages.
Showcasing a mixture of up & coming stars and established pioneers, DnB Allstars will be hosting the ‘The Big Top’ (main stage), which is headlined by Chase & Status feat. Rage.
They’ll be joined by fellow big hitters Hybrid Minds, Dimension, the legendary King of the Rollers, plus special guests Bad Boy Chiller Crew.
Over on ‘The Clearing’ stage, which is hosted by bassline collective CruCast, you have leading practitioners Skepsis, Darkzy, Kanine, Window Kid, Zero, DJ Q b2b Jamie Duggan, Tsuki and more as well as special guest and garage, grime & bassline queen, Flava D.
Last but not least, The Enchanted Forest stage is hosted by the famously colourful and eccentric Foreverland. House music fans won’t be disappointed to hear that Richy Ahmed is leading the charge for this one; joined by special guests John Summit, Detlef, Latmun and many more.
Electric Woodlands 2021 lineup flyer
Presale tickets are due to be released very soon, although a specific date hasn’t been given at the time of writing. To be the first to get notified, it’s best to sign up via email on the Electric Woodlands website.
For your peace of mind, organisers have a Covid cancellation guarantee in place in conjunction with their official ticketing partner, Skiddle (visit their website for more details).
Electric Woodlands festival will take place on Saturday 25th September at Bygrave Farm in Hertfordshire, UK (30 minutes from London), running all day from 12pm to 11pm. Follow them on social media here: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter.
More about Electric Woodlands
2021 will be the first edition of Electric Woodlands, which takes place at the stunning location of Bygrave Farm in Hertfordshire near London. The same location has also been home to Farr Festival in previous years and is the current home of Warm Up Festival.
The festival is put on by national promoter Louder Entertainment, organisers of the RTRN II Dance Festival, Alt LDN and Yam Carnival in London.
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Header image: Chase & Status via Skiddle