Eastern Electric announces all star line up
Eastern Electrics returns to Morden Park on Saturday 2-4th August
Eastern Electrics is returning to Morden Park on Saturday 2-4th August for a two day sun-soaked weekend with some of the scenes heavyweights MK, Goldie, Orbital, Skream, Big Narstie and more.
Returning to Morden Park over Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August, Eastern Electrics is back with an all-star lineup, new stages, a pool party, vamped up VIP area and more. Ravers will have the chance to see some of the biggest names in electronic music. With the Saturday playing host to the likes of MK, Orbital (DJ set), Skream, Big Narstie, Kenny Dope and Goldie, Roni Size, Ocean Wisdom, Nadia Rose & more playing the Sunday.
Taking over the almighty EE mainstage, is revered producer, remixer and DJ, MK. Steve Lawler will be going b2b with Darius Syrossian alongside wAFF and DJ EZ’s newly formed house and techno alias Elvin Zedo. House and bass music queen Hannah Wants also joins with Abode affiliate GW Harrison.
For the first time ever, the festival will be hosting its very own POOL PARTY stage with the iconic Ibiza Rocks as they present Cuckoo Land. Hannah Wants will be headlining fresh from her warm-up set on the EE main stage alongside, PBR Streetgang house music’s finest Waze & Odyssey, Huxley and Max Chapman.
Sunday sees The Big Top transformed into a high octane, drum and bass takeover, with DnB mainstay Roni Size taking the headline slot. RAM Records’ own Calyx & Teebee, DnB kingpin Culture Shock, eclectic DJ duo Delta Heavy and prime selector Harriet Jaxxon are just some of the heavyweights that are due to take over the stage.
Situated in the luscious surroundings of Morden Park, South 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 2019! Weekend tickets are selling fast at £57.50 + BF, Saturday Tickets from £39.95 and Sunday from £20 – grab a ticket now to secure your place at what will be a weekender to remember HERE