After already revealing a storm of supernovas for stage partner Deep Medi, the worldwide independent drum and bass brand fail to disappoint with the second announcement of an outstanding line-up for Fabriclive, the club that steals hearts of all clubbers; and coming over from Belgium, jump-up dons Invaderz.
Rallying around the legendary London Elektricity Big Band on Hospitality’s own main stage, are the first class of a scene in which the label has been the top of for over two decades. On the mainline since the millennium, Danny Byrd harks back to this history whilst to this day honing the future of D&B, again embracing new faces and influences on ‘Golden Ticket’.
Esteem for D&B heritage, with a healthy and hard-hitting dose of experimentation is what characterises Fred V & Grafix too, instrumental in realising the possibilities of the genre on a live stage with pop elements and chart guests. This meeting of the old and new schools is what keeps Hospitality vital, icons like Nu:Tone, Logistics and S.P.Y. Playing a special Hospital Records heritage set will be rising star, Krakota, Tokyo aesthete Makoto will join along with current instigators Hugh Hardie and BBC R1 resident Metrik.
Also announced for the arena, dominant duo My Nu Leng and their deep sounds complimented by Dread MC; a special live set from liquid drum and bass icon, Calibre and talented wordsmith MC DRS; and a B2B set from heavyweight emperors, Mefjus & Kasra (Critical Sound System) as well as Chimpo & Sam Binga & Trigga. There’s no doubt this 16-act showdown will blow you away!
The only festival of it’s kind in the UK, Hospitality In The Park returns to Finsbury Park on Saturday 23rd September 2017, for a day of jaw-dropping, body-popping and sensational sounds.