Eastern Electrics is proud to present its stellar line up for this years’ festival.
On Saturday we have the almighty MK headlining the main stage. Boasting over 500 titles to his name, we can expect a variety of dancefloor classics from this House music legend. He’ll be joined by the likes of international sensation wAFF, and Bass Music forerunner Hannah Wants.
Skream returns to the Big Top this year in the premiere of his exciting new project ‘I Feel’. Joining him is none other than the renowned DJ duo Orbital. In a DJ set that we can hardly anticipate, expect entrancing visuals as they join us at EE this year.
The Switchyard, hosted by Defected, features Kenny Dope and Sam Divine. Expect electrifying sets from them both, alongside additions such as Melé and Monki and more.
One of our new stages, The Plant House is set to amaze. Presented by Rinse, we bring Redlight into our botanical haven, who will no doubt showcase his versatile and innovative repertoire. He’ll be joined by house / techno / break beat stalwart Special Request, together with many others.
We plan to bring Ibiza to Morden Park with our second new stage, The Pool Party. Look forward to hearing summer anthems from PBR Streetgang and Huxley as you soak up the sunshine with Cuckoo Land Ibiza.
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Our Sunday line up continues to bring the heat. Goldie is set to headline the Main Stage, educating the masses in a history lesson of drum & bass as we celebrate 25 Years of Metalheadz. The man himself, Big Narstie, is also set to make an appearance alongside Camden-born rapper Ocean Wisdom. We can hardly wait to see what they have prepared for us.
For the drum and bass heads we have RAM hosting the Big Top. Spor returns in a rare DJ set that you won’t want to miss, accompanied by Junglist veteran Roni Size and crisp, hard-hitting producers Calyx and Teebee.
See below for a stage-by-stage look at what Sunday has in store. We hope you’re as excited as we are.
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