The Eastern Electrics festival last year was a complete sell out so the house and techno heads amongst you will be pleased to know they have upped the ticket allocation for this year, which go on sale next week...
After a sell-out 2014 and an outpouring of unanimous love for the venue, Eastern Electrics Festival is very proud to announce that for the second year running, Hatfield House will play host to the biggest celebration of underground house and techno in the UK festival calendar. Taking place on Saturday August 1st, the EE crew will be bringing out all the stops, extending tickets to 12,000, adding an 8th stage, and introducing exciting new promoter partnerships, ravey woodland wonderlands, more chill-out space to laze in the sunshine, plus an after party closer to the venue for those that don’t want the party to end.
Everyone’s favourite hedonistic playground EE Festival has for three years united electronic music’s elite with thousands of revellers from the capital and beyond. Last year saw a jam-packed line-up of International talent preside over 7 stages, including Art Department, Kerri Chandler, Laura Jones, Maxxi Soundsystem, Derrick Carter, Craig Richards, Ellen Allien, Steve Lawler, Waze & Odyssey, Daniel Avery, Ali Love, Mano Le Tough & many more delivering both unforgettable DJ sets and spectacular live shows in an all-day frenzy of fun and dancing. Previous guests have included other giants in dance music such as Richie Hawtin, Magda, Masters At Work, Maceo Plex Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Claude Von Stroke and Eats Everything.
:: EE Festival 2014 Highlights Video WATCH HERE
In 2015, expect an exceptionally stellar line-up as well as all the usual high-jinks in the Electric City - Pillow Fights, Cabaret, Paint Fights, Fairground rides and pub The Star of EE, plus the Glittermasque collective giving all revellers their time to shine with unadulterated glitter and adornment.
Born in a warehouse 7 years ago; Eastern Electrics has rapidly grown into one of the most influential names in UK club culture. The brainchild of Rob Star, the city’s most prominent promoter, EE has gone from intimate warehouse parties around London to a full-blown festival for the most dedicated ravers. Now in its fourth year and in a permanent new home, Eastern Electrics Festival always goes that extra mile to make it the day trip rave up of your summer.
:: Early bird tickets go on sale 22nd January