So close to the capital that it’s rude not to…
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When: 11am – 10pm, Saturday 2nd August
Where: Hatfield House, Hatfield Park, Hertfordshire
Why Go? Twenty minutes out of London and directly opposite the station means it’s not far to tumble. The organisers are making it pretty easy for the capital’s dance heads to see the cream of current breakthrough electronic artists.
Confirmed acts for 2014 include: Art Department, Daniel Avery, Kerri Chandler, Route 94, Ellen Allien, Tania Vulcano, tINI, Loefah, Mr Normski.
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Now in its sixth year, Eastern Electrics Festival returns for another daylong blowout set on the stunning grounds of Hatfield House. I doubt when 1st Earl of Salisbury, Robert Cecil built this decorative dwelling he could’ve seen this coming. EE’s line-up presents the best in underground talent from an ever-evolving electronic scene. Critically acclaimed producers Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White will be performing live as Art Department alongside BPitch control’s head honcho Ellen Allien, Kerri Chandler and house trailblazers Route 94. After cutting loose at seven stages across EE’s estate, why not head to The Coronet Theatre, where for £15 you can experience the ultimate after party.
More info and tickets available here. Or enter our competition, as Clash has three pairs of tickets to give away. These are tickets only – your cash has to get you there, and buy all the beers (if that’s your thing). This competition is open to over-18s only and will close on July 7, 2014, at which point winners will be contacted. Good luck!
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Photo: Marc Sethi