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Found Ceremony is how London will wrap up Summer from now on.

House | Thursday 2nd October 2014 | Annalisa

Flying back from Sardinia after a well deserved break in paradise at Sun and Bass, it was not hard to wish we were going in the other direction. There was one big silver lining on that cloud though, just as long  as we could make it back from Gatwick at 1am and have enough time to catch a few hours sleep before waking up and making our way to, what was billed to be the closing party of Summer, the first Found presents: Ceremony. 
 
It was always going to be big. Louie Vega, Lil Louis, Richy Ahmed, Route 94, Adana Twins, Dj W!ld, Kevin Saunderson just to name a few.
 
There was nice vibes from the get go; we could definitely tell we were in London and even the sun made a much appreciated appearance on this September Saturday.
 
The main stage boasted an amazing line up. Initially, the first thing that struck you about the main tent was the size; it was massive and with good vibes from the front to the back.
 
DJ W!ld was one of our highlights of the day with his classic sexy sound and as ever working his crowd perfectly. On the same stage straight after was a big B2B with Nick Curly and Simon Baker rolling out the evening with the Adana Twins rocking out on stage with them. 
 
Lil Louis was doing his thing in a big way with lots of old school vibes, a lot of love and the crowd going wild.
 
Urban Nerds were popping off their tent a way that would only being going down in London with Topical: Skepta, Preditah and Plastician.
 
Found has firmly put ceremony on the map. It looks like Finsbury park is back in the calendar and we are grateful! We remember partying at Essential and other festivals back in the day and now, in the new era, Ceremony has found its way to our hearts.
 
It was always going to be big. Louie Vega, Lil Louis, Richy Ahmed, Route 94, Adana Twins, Dj W!ld, Kevin Saunderson just to name a few.
 
There was nice vibes from the get go; we could definitely tell we were in London and even the sun made a much appreciated appearance on this September Saturday.
 
 
 
 
 

Photos by Paul Underhill: www.paulunderhill.com

Video by Sam Hurlock: http://www.flex-film.co.uk

 

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