Moondance Festival was off the chain

Drum and Bass | Tuesday 8th August 2017 | Arren

Moondance delivers another epic festival.

It's not often we travel out the final destination of the Piccadilly Line, Cockfosters. However this weekend how could we not as it was where Moondance Festival was kicking off. Following from their insane sold out festival debut last year, the Moondance crew pulled all the stops again this year offering punters over 130 acts across the day covering all things rave.

Offering an unparalleled line up within London this summer; the festival hosted 5 stages, offering a snapshot of the different rave scenes in the UK. Great line ups always attract great crowds and as always this Moondance was filled with a fantastic bunch who were all just down for a good time.

It was hard not to get pulled in and commit to just on stage, they were all so good! Luckily we managed to see most of it, from the rowdy basslines in the Son of Dance & Essence of Chi tent, to the intense hammering in the Peach meets Frantic tent. Though special shouts to the Main Stage which all day hosted the best sounds of old skool and jungle music. LTJ Bukem with nothing short of epic and DJ Storm's tribute set to Marcus Intalex... that was special.

Till next time, big up Moondance!

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