6 Hottest Day Festivals

12 May 2017

‘I AM NOT CAMPING’ – heard at least once in every friendship group!

As much as we love a festival at Late Night London, we understand the camping woes – the endless amounts of wetwipes, hand sanitiser and plastic cups needed. But seriously were do all the plastic cups go?

Day festivals can be just as fun, so here are our 6 of our fav day festival in London

14th & 15th July – Lovebox – Victoria Park (nearest tube Mile End or Cambridge Heath)

#15yearsoflove, yes that’s right, Lovebox has been around for 15 years and to celebrate such a momentous occasion with their theme 15 years of love. There are some big acts lined up, including Frank Ocean, Chase and Status and for you old school ravers Dj EZ.

http://loveboxfestival.com/

16th July – Citadel - Victoria Park, Hackney (nearest tube Mile End or Cambridge Heath)

As soon as 1 finishes another one begins in Victoria park. Only in its 3rd year, Citadel is a just a baby in comparison to Lovebox. Citadel prides its self of combining the city’s creativity with a thrilling line up, and creative they are with activities such as Pimp my pineapple and get rich or tie dying. They have Bonobo and Foals as their headline acts.

http://citadelfestival.com/

5th August – 51st State Festival – Trent Park (nearest tube Cockfosters)

51st State named in honour of America’s home as the roots of house.  51st State line-up is truly transatlantic, joining the dots between the US, the UK and the Caribbean. This is one for you house / electronic heads.

https://www.51ststatefestival.com/

5th August – Eastern Electrics – TBC

In previous years the team at EE have ventured out of our fabulous London town, to the countryside, but don’t fear, this year they are returning to their roots and are moving back central. The location is currently TBC, but they have assured us it’s near a tube so don’t fret!  This years stages are hosted by Hot Since 82, Skream and Steve Lawler.

http://www.easternelectrics.com/

12st August – Sun Fall Festival – Brockwell Park (nearest station Hearn Hill or Brixton)

This is one of the newest festivals in the line-up, as it only started last year. Sun Fall is brought to you by the teams behind iconic night clubs XOYO, The Nest, Phonox and Outlook and Dimensions festivals in Croatia.

http://www.sunfall.co.uk/

26th August – SW4 – Clapham Common (nearest tubes Clapham Common, Clapham South)

SW4, now a south London institution, is back for its 13th year. Situated it the heart of Clapham Common, this festival is known for its incredible headline acts and incredible atmosphere. This year they welcome Pendulum, Deadmau5, Tinie Tempah and Eric Pridz (just to name a few)  as their headline acts!

http://www.southwestfour.com/

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