The VIP area can’t go unnoticed this year, either. As well as a ball pit and chill out areas, one of London’s most renowned clubbing institutions, Ministry of Sound, hosts its own stage.
Festival season isn’t over until you’ve raved it out at this weekend’s Eastern Electrics.
‘If you’re London-based, this is your fella: full-on dance music then… onto somewhere else.’
‘The hottest rave this summer happened in a portable loo’
‘Eastern Electrics showcases some of the best underground DJ’s in what has become one of the scene’s most popular all day parties.’
Foot Asylum, 2018
‘Older heads constantly and wistfully reminisce about the feeling of community raves of the 90s had, compared with which today’s festivals apparently come up short. Events like Eastern Electrics show the love remains strong, and long may it continue.’
‘Eastern Electrics is a legacy in the making’
Data Transmission, 2017
There really isn’t a festival in the UK like Eastern Electrics; it is a day that exceeds all expectations of a house and techno festival, with a glimpse of other genres in between. It breaks boundaries and creates a spot on the festival bucket list for itself.
Deep House Amsterdam, 2016
‘The UK’s premier underground electronic extravaganza’
Wimbledon Guardian, 2017
Ive been attending Eastern Electrics for four years now, and every year the excitement never dwindles, and somehow the geniuses who assemble EE seem to up their game each year.
Bradley Gunn Raver (in Ministry of Sound blog) – 2018
Undoubtedly one of the biggest all-dayers in the festival calendar, Eastern Electrics Festival has grown into the premier party of the summer for electronic music lovers across the country.
Decoded Magazine, 2016