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Celebrate the golden era of rave with Summer Love Festival

House | Friday 2nd July 2021 | Arren

Celebrate London’s roots in rave culture with the Summer Love festival this September.

On September 4th, the Summer Love festival will take over the East Bysshe Showground with a huge line up of artists in a setting which harks back to the golden era of rave. Echoing the vibes of the legendary M25 orbital raves of 88/89 - the festival boasts a definitive line up of legends from the first wave of acid house and techno culture.

Splitting across four stages, the diverse line up covers all genres that made up the original rave culture sound to today’s cutting edge sounds. The main arena hosts some of the biggest names from the London scene in the lates 80s, including Mr. C, Eddie Richards & Kid Batchelor, Robert Owens, Adamski and more.

Across the rest of the site are stages hosting all variety of solid beats to sink your teeth into. With all shades of house, acid, tech, disco, electro, breaks and more they’ll be something to suit whatever mood you’ll be in. And of course it’s all soundtracked from London legends including Darren Emerson, Terry Francis, Trevor Fung, and Saytek live.

A perfect festival for any raver who knows their history and whats to celebrate the original sounds and styles that built the rich rave culture we know and love today. Bag your tickets now from Skiddle.


Summer Love Festival
@ East Bysshe Showground
September 4th
Line up:
Summer of Love: Adamski (live), Robert Owens (live PA) & MC E-Mix (Confusions Club), Eddie Richards, Jazzy M, Kid Batchelor, Mr. C, Terry Farley, Elliis Dee, Chalk E White, Chris Paul
Superfreq & Friends: Darren Emerson, Terry Francis, Cici, Murf, David Scuba, Tred Benedict, Miss C, Broken Neon
Graffiti Kings: Trevor Fung, Jonny Nelson, Ali Maurice, James Parkes, James Tolley, Lloyd J, Lynda K, Ray Lock, Si Moutarde, The Rev JP
Alternative Tent: Secret back 2 back & Femi B, Normski, Earl Gateshead, Ditchcoteque, Acell, Modir, Dean Clarky
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