The drum & bass innovators take over North London
Hospitality In The Park is the festival of renown drum & bass label Hospital Records. Home to some of the most innovative artists in the genre and guaranteed to produce an experience of euphoric intensity like no other, prepare for a rave of massive proportions.
Set amongst North London's iconic Finsbury Park, expect a mix between the latest emerging producers and some of the talent that has cemented drum & bass into the festival scene over the last decade.
Previous artists include the likes of High Contrast, Gentleman's Dub Club, Calyx & Teebee, Modestep, Dub Phizix & Strategy and Fred V & Grafix.
- The London Elektricity Big Band (ft. Liane Carroll, Dynamite MC, Emer & 22 Piece Brass Band)
- Roni Size: 20 Years of New Forms
- Danny Byrd
- Fred V & Grafix [live]
- Hugh Hardie
- Krakota (We Are 21 set)
- Matzo (MRSE D&B set)
- Metrik B2B TC
- Nu:Logic (Nu:Tone B2B Logistics)
- Hosted by Dynamite MC, MC Fava, MC GQ, Stamina MC
Let it Roll
Deep Medi Meets Roots of Jungle
- Mo Fingaz & Bobafatt
- Chris Goss
- DJ Gilla
- Dom Servini
- Russ Ryan
- Spin Doctor
Finsbury Park is one of London's many green, open spaces. It frequently welcomes some of the biggest and best musical events and is one of the central spots for North London's festival scene.
Finsbury Park, Endymion Rd, London, N4 1EE, United Kingdom
Finsbury Park is easy to reach from both London Stansted and Heathrow Airport. From Heathrow it is a direct tube journey on the Piccadilly Line. From Stansted, get the Stansted Express train to Tottenham Hale and then get the Victoria Line tube to Finsbury Park.
Finsbury Park station is connected by both National Rail and London Underground trains. It is on the Victoria Line and the Piccadilly Line, so is well connected to most of London (including Kings Cross/St Pancras for travellers using the Eurostar).
Coaches into London from across the UK and Europe arrive into Victoria Coach Station, just a short walk from Victoria Underground station which is 10 minutes from Finsbury Park on the Victoria line.
The festival is 18+ and ID may be required upon entry.
The festival will run from 11am until 10:30pm.
There is strictly no re-entry to the festival permitted.
Yes, the festival will have several cash machine spots, however there may be a small fee to withdraw money and it is likely that there will be queues. To avoid this, it is advised to bring enough cash with you for the duration of the festival.
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