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Entering the scene with audacious flair, DRUMSHEDS made its debut in October and revolutionized London’s cultural landscape. Drawing in over 150,000 guests and hosting a myriad of artists, live acts, dancers, and performers, the unveiling of this 15,000 capacity, 608,000 sqft venue stands as one of the pivotal cultural moments in recent London history.

From its inception, Broadwick envisioned DRUMSHEDS as a groundbreaking hub of cultural significance—an immersive space prioritizing experiences both sonic and visual. True to the hype, they’ve now disclosed the upcoming event partners and headliners for the SS24 season. This lineup includes familiar Broadwick Live affiliates such as Worried About Henry, The Hydra, Drumcode, and newcomers like Craig David’s TS5. DRUMSHEDS’ second season aims to inspire, connect, and make an indelible impact through the synergy of music, culture, and space.

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The new music season commences with a sold-out performance by Chase & Status on 24th February 2024, culminating on 27th April 2024. General sale tickets will be accessible from the 7th December via drumshedslondon.com.

Once again showcasing an eclectic range of sounds, DRUMSHEDS’ SS24 programming will traverse genres from DnB to techno, house to hip-hop. The season kicks off fervently with Chase & Status, appealing to all DnB enthusiasts. Recognized as pioneers and trailblazers rooted in the rave scene, this legendary duo continues to evolve artistically.

Catering to the DNB, jungle, and bass aficionados, Worried About Henry returns on March 16th with Wilkinson leading the charge. Their high-octane raves are known for featuring heavyweight artists and surprise guests, evident from Turno‘s previous show at DRUMSHEDS that included JME, Dizzee Rascal, D Double E, and more—a celebration of DnB MCs.

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Adding to the bill, Craig David’s TS5 Festival promises to deliver a fusion of garage, house, hip-hop, and more, hosted by the man himself. Another anticipated addition is False Idols, curated with an impressive lineup of DJs, dancers, and live acts. Additionally, The Hydra returns to DRUMSHEDS featuring Bonobo‘s ‘Outlier,’ a sonic voyage alongside underground DJs and live acts.

The techno sphere takes centre stage in 2024, perfectly complementing DRUMSHEDS’ industrial setting. On 9th March, Adam Beyer presents Drumcode, promising a night of pulsating techno. Later in March, Amelie Lens makes her DRUMSHEDS debut for EXHALE London, joined by Radio 1 Dance taking over DRUMSHEDS’ three rooms. The series concludes with James Hype and Meduza headlining the OUR HOUSE esteemed party.

Anticipate a multitude of upcoming events, partners, and artists during the second music season—a testament to Broadwick Live’s commitment to delivering unparalleled, experiential music shows.

Tickets will go on sale for those signed up on 6th December 2023, and full line-ups for the opening season will be announced shortly.

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23.02.24 – Chase & Status (Sold Out)

02.03.24 – Enjoy Your Life

09.03.24 – Drumcode
(with Adam Beyer)

16.03.24 – Worried About Henry
(with Wilkinson)

29.03.24 – Radio 1 Dance

30.03.24 – EXHALE London
(with Amelie Lens)

31.03.24 – The Hydra Presents: Outlier
(with Bonobo)

06.04.24 – TBA

13.04.24 – False Idols

20.04.24 – TBA

23.04.24 – TS5 Festival
(with Craig David)

27.04.24 – OUR HOUSE with James Hype & Meduza



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