- The event's first edition goes down at East London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on September 18th.
Found has linked up with longstanding UK rave promoters Moondance for a new event, Moondance Festival.
Moondance will go down on Sunday, September 18th at East London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, a venue that hasn't been used for an electronic music event before. Much of the lineup is plucked from the UK's veteran rave, hardcore and jungle ranks, many of whom have been regulars at Moondance parties for the past two decades. There are dozens of acts pushing drum & bass, jungle and garage locked in, with sets from the likes of Ed Rush & Optical,Dillinja & Randall, Sub Zero and Wookie? all confirmed, along with veteran house and techno acts such as Todd Terry, Joey Beltram, A Guy Called Gerald and Marshall Jefferson. Hip-house pioneer Fast Eddie will also touch down for a rare UK live set. Eight stages will be in action, and doors run from 11 AM through 10 PM.