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Eastern Electrics Festival Pub Arena and Further Artists Revealed

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Nestled in the heart of the Eastern Electrics Festival site will be their very own custom built pub. Taking inspiration from promoter Rob Star’s successful pub Group (The Star of Bethnal Green, Star of Kings and Star by Hackney Downs), The Star of Eastern Electrics will be the perfect rave pub – choose from pints of ice cold draught lager and cider, freshly prepared cocktails or a glass of fine wine while listening to choice beats from an esteemed selection of DJ’s. With intimate sets from rising underground stars and big names like Simon Baker, Alex Jones, Pardon My French and Oscar Farr will be there on Friday. Whilst Saturday sees A Votre vs. OFF Recordings, Sante, Darius Syrossian, Andre Crom, Sidney Charles and special guest Max Chapman. Not slowing down on the Sunday they are bring us a rare disco set from Skream as well as performances from Waif & Strays, Jaymo & Andy George and Robert James. This is where the party will be at away from the main arenas and you never know who else might pop in and get behind the decks…

Making every effort to create a unique festival environment, details are emerging of further bespoke sctructures taking shape at Knebworth Park. The main stage will take the form of a giant transformer, designed and built by the team behind Glastonbury’s revered productions. Purpose built for Eastern Electrics Festival, it has the capacity for everyone at the festival to enjoy headline acts, and will grow and mutate each year into something even more spectacular. A second open-air arena built within a rectangle of shipping containers will feature raised dance platforms around the sides offering revelers the chance to dance under the stars and watch the sun come up whilst The Igloo Vision Dome will be the smallest arena at 1,000 capacity, but by no means the least. Inside the dome 360 degree projections will create a completely immersive experience.  Sounds good to us!

For more information and tickets CLICK HERE

Getting to the festival is easy check out the ways you can get there below:

Trains – The site is a short distance from Stevenage Station which is just 20 minutes from Kings Cross London on the train. They will be providing shuttle buses to take people from Stevenage Station to Knebworth Park. Trains run every 10-15 minutes. Do not go to Knebworth station as there will be no bus transfers from here to the site

Coach – Big Green Coach are offering a massive coach network in to Eastern Electric from the following 28 departure locations: Birkenhead, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Chester, Colchester, Coventry, Crawley, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Reading, Sheffield, Southampton, Stockport, Stoke on Trent, Sunderland and Swindon. You can book your coach here.

Car – There is limited on-site parking (£10 in advance, tickets here). If you are travelling by car try and ensure that you try and travel with a full car.

Plane – Luton Airport is the closest: 16 miles, 25 minute drive – local cab fare: £33 – Stanstead Airport is also not to far: 30 miles, 50 minute drive – local cab fare: £49

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