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Arcadia London 2019

  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, United Kingdom
  • 4-5 May 2019
Arcadia London 2019
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The fire breathing spider returns to London

Unfortunately Arcadia London 2019 will no longer be taking place. You can read the full statement from the festival here. All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps. 

 

After celebrating their 10th birthday in London in 2018, Arcadia returns to the capital in May 2019 for another spellbinding weekend inside the Olympic Park.

This will be the iconic spider's only UK stop of the year, meaning a rare chance for ravers to party in the company of this hugely immersive structure. 

Built from reclaimed military hardware, the all engulfing spider roars with 50 foot flames, crackles with multi-million volt lightning bolts, and swarms as strange creatures swoop from the sky.

Alongside the spider, there will also be a brand new incarnation of The Reactor – a 360 degree immersive indoor experience, complete with new sculptures, installations and ground breaking performance. 

The festival will fall over two days, with Saturday featuring house and techno, while Sunday is all about the bass, and lots of it. 

2019

Headliners

  • Jamie Jones
  • DJ EZ
  • Sub Focus
  • Hot Since 82
  • Pan-Pot
  • Maya Jane Coles
  • Lethal Bizzle
  • Sasha

Lineup


  • Jamie Jones
  • Hot Since 82
  • Alan Fitzpatrick
  • Sasha
  • Dave Clarke
  • Maya Jane Coles
  • Melé
  • Pan-Pot
  • Kristy Harper
  • La Fleur
  • Maxxi Soundsystem
  • Mele
  • PBR Streetgang
  • PillowTalk
  • William Djoko


  • DJ EZ
  • Sub Focus
  • Flava D
  • Lethal Bizzle
  • DIMENSION
  • Ed Rush & Optical
  • Fabio & Grooverider
  • Lady Leshurr
  • Notion B2B Bushbaby
  • The Prototypes
  • Toddla T B2B Chimpo
  • Benny L
  • Circuits
  • Ed Solo
  • Jus Now [DJ set] feat. Eva Lazarus
  • L U C Y
  • Mollie Collins
  • Particle
  • The Blast DJs
  • Slipmatt
  • MCs: 2Shy, Jakes & Texas

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London was the venue for the 2012 Olympic Games.


Address

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST, United Kingdom

FAQs

The easiest way to reach the Olympic Park is via Stratford train station, which is served by Central, DLR, Jubilee, Overground, and National Rail services.

Minimum age of entry will be 18.

Each day will run from 12pm until 10:30pm. Last entry will be 6pm.

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