One day festival Hospitality in the Woods welcomes the biggest names in drum’n’bass
Hospitality in the Woods will be hosted in Beckenham Place Park on Saturday, August, 19.
The one day festival will welcome some of the biggest names in drum’n’bass including Netsky, High Contrast, A.M.C, Calibre, Roni Size, DJ Marky, Camo & Krooked, Goddard, LTJ Bukem, Metrik and many more.
Stage hosts include Hospitality as well as Let It Roll, Run x Invicta Audio, Hospitality Friends & Family.
There will also be an exclusive 30 years of V meaning everything from neurofunk to liquid and new school to old school will be showcased.
Jake Hirst, who attended Hospitality in the Woods in 2021, said: “It was like we had stumbled across a free party, but with the security of an official event and friendliness of the Hospitality family.”
Organisers believe drum’n’base to be about community, friendly faces and family vibes where everyone is welcome.
As the biggest drum’n’base festival in the UK, Hospitality in the Woods is one of the international powerhouses of drum’n’bass and delivers the broadest musical offering of any of its counterparts.
It takes place in a beautiful location with rolling green landscapes, a lake and ancient woodland.
It also boasts impressive sound levels and a range of tasty food options throughout the day.
Maya De N’Yeurt, event promotions co-ordinator said: “This will be our first ever August UK Saturday festival so it will be a very special opportunity for all the drum’n’bass community to reunite for a one day celebration.”
With more than 21 years of running parties across the globe, Hospital Records & Hospitality events are known for their attention to detail when it comes to sound quality, production and lineups that represent all corners of drum’n’bass.
This one day Hospitality In The Woods is a perfect excuse to go hard then go home.
Tickets are available at www.skiddle.com/festivals/hospitality-in-the-woods/#tickets
Picture: Hospitality in the woods in 2021 © Photography by Jake Davis
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