Much more than a music festival, Let It Roll Open-Air Festival is a drum and bass institution. With labels and club nights behind the line-up, only the biggest, best and most cutting-edge producers and DJs get to be a part of this movement.
Taking place in a disused military area in central Czech Republic, over 100 artists will be dropping bombs all weekend as they fill eight arenas from the impressive robot-like main stage and incredible indoor spaces to smaller, more chilled out tents.
15,000 bass heads are expected for the two-day extravaganza, which is made up of cyborg decorations and mechanic distractions, and with the festival just 30 minutes from Prague, it's a Mecca for music lovers from right across the continent.
ARTISTS: Netsky LIVE, Andy C, Camo & Krooked, Wilkinson, Dirtyphonics, Ed Rush & Optical, London Elektricity, TC, Black Sun Empire, Loadstar, Fred V & Grafix, The Upbeats, Metrik, Ayah Marar LIVE, Audio, Icicle, Far too Load, Neophyte, DC Breaks, Mefjus, Neonlight, Prolix, Maztek, Kenny Ken, Frankee, Etherwood, A.Skillz, Bailey, 50 Carrot, DKS, The Greys, A-Sides, A.M.C, DJ Hidden, Pandorum, Alien-T, Donny, C.A.2K, The Hard Way, Mortem, Dabs, Rido, Paul SG, Jay Rome , Hungry Beats, DFunk, Twilight & Milla, Sebastian Morgentau, Alegria & more
NIGHTS/STAGES: RAM night, Hospitality, Blackout, Drum&Bass Arena, Devastator, Forbidden Society Night, Red Bull Tour Bus, Bass Drive, Bass Drop, Authetic Music, Code, Storm Club
Just 30 minutes from Prague, Let It Roll takes place in Benešov, a former military base. With eight arenas of music to choose from, including its infamous robot-like main stage, indoor halls and huge tents, plus food stalls and bars, the site has everything festival-goers could ever want.
Yes, there will be ample car parking available at the event. However, festival-goers are not allowed to park in the campsite.
The campsite is right next to the festival itself, so it isn't that far to go when you want to go to bed.
Yes, there will be a number of showers in the campsite. These will be free to use.
Yes. Lockers will be large enough to store both luggage and valuables.
Predominately, yes, however there will be a number of dubstep DJs performing as well.
The festival takes place from 16:00 on Friday 1st to 06:00 Sunday 3rd
Not content with the muscle of drum and bass legends and a selection of rising stars, the biggest record labels and club nights are all sticking their nose in as well. The likes of Hospitality, Ram Records, Blackout, Forbidden Society and Devastator will be unleashing their magic in 2014.
Not to be outdone by some of the stunning stage production now expected on the continent, we love the huge robot-styled main stage at Let It Roll. It looks like a life-sized extra from a Transformers movie and has a sound system to match. Raving until the sun comes up has never been more fun.
Prague Airport is the nearest air travel hub to the festival, around 55km away from the site. A string of budget airlines fly to the Czech capital from all across Europe, and there are regular train connections direct to Benešov, which take around 40 minutes. Alternatively, Brno Airport is 160 km away and is served by Ryanair and Wizz Air.
Direct buses from Prague's Florenc Bus Station offer an alternative route to the festival. Buses run around eight times a day and take about 40 minutes.