Eastern Electrics Festival 2018 - Day Two

  • 2018 sees Eastern Electrics spreading it’s wings into a two day soiree, so punters can now choose to attend the whole weekend if they have the required stamina, or one preferred day. Whilst day one sticks to the traditional EE format of electronic sounds that sit more on a house and techno tip, day two covers the bass-driven corner of the underground sphere, with garage, DnB, bass, jungle, reggae and coming to the EE bill. The man, the icon, the legend - SIR DAVID RODIGAN MBE is the first headliner to drop, and with over four decades of experience as one of the most celebrated party starters in the game, it’s set to be special day. Stage partners for day two include label of D&B pioneers, who’ll bring a label squad to Modern Park for a massive Sunday session. London via Leeds party starters REGGAE ROAST join, with a spicy line up to follow soon, as well as the one and only garage GOD MATT JAM LAMONT who presents a ‘HISTORY OF GARAGE AND BASS’ with some of the scene’s biggest names TBA. London party crews SOUTH LONDON SOUL TRAIN and SO FRESH SO CLEAN also bring teams of artists to Eastern Electrics 2018, Soul Train bringing those disco belters and grooving funk, whilst So Fresh So Clean is singalong hip-hop anthems and RnB ALL DAY LONG. Eyes peeled for more info. Tickets for EE Day Two start from just £20, so there’s no excuse not to get involved. Saturday ticket holders can upgrade existing tickets to weekend ones for £15, it’s simple. Click here to secure your tickets: www.easternelectrics.com Now a full weekend affair, it’s time to get stuck in to all that EE has to offer, whether you want to choose one day to get immersed in or go fully in. Fairground rides, delicious street food, glitter, cocktails and more on-site madness at Morden Park are all part of the weekend’s debauchery. A raver’s playground with an unbeatable soundtrack, Eastern Electrics is a chance for festival goers to lose themselves. With Saturday tickets starting from just £35 (STANDARD) AND £45 (VIP) it’s a double-day blowout that won’t break the bank either. An iconic clubbing mainstay, the lush Morden Park feels worlds away but is just a stone’s throw from the heart of London. There’s easy access from all London train stations and Northern Line underground, plus ample accommodation nearby for those who’ve come from further-afield. An unforgettable weekender to close out the summer, grab a ticket now to secure your place at Eastern Electrics 2018!
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