Hospitality In The Park is the festival of renown drum & bass label Hospital Records. Home to some of the most innovative artists in the genre, the festival is guaranteed to produce an experience of euphoric intensity like no other.
The festival brings together all things drum & bass in one place with a 360-degree celebration of dance music’s most diverse and exciting genre. A step up from a sold-out BBQ of last summer, ‘Hospitality In the Park’ features some of drum & bass’ finest DJs and live talent from all over the globe.
With the return of the festival set to shake up the city and unite the scene, as its seismic selectors take to Finsbury Park this September 23rd, the second Hospitality in the Park invites a true ambassador to cook up a rare treat for their drum-and-bass BBQ: Roni Size. The regal Bristolian behind repercussive album New Forms, released 20 years back during the dawn of D&B, takes centre-stage to celebrate his enduring legacy – live, solo and in full – a London festival exclusive.
Promising an experience of the album that is exceptional to any previously performed, Roni Size will recompose his Mercury-prize winning classic with the use of cutting-edge hardware. Using state-of-the-art technology in production too, with projection mapping providing 3D A/V effects, the stage is set for a grand re-envisioning of a groundbreaking piece.
He joins additional new acts to the line up which make up the full billing for this year’s event including the melodic, beat-maker Etherwood, Alix Perez and collaborator Eprom presenting their ‘Shades’ show as well as Audio, Black Sun Empire, Calyx & Teebee, LSB and more.
Assembling a conclusive community of genre innovators, influencers and authorities, Hospitality in the Park marks the official gathering of D&B culture. The breakthrough brand are joined by pedigree partners in the form of FABRICLIVE, Deep Medi, Invaderz, Med School, Let It Roll, The Incubator and Main Squeeze rallying the rave scene and honouring a heritage they themselves have been part and party to for over two decades.
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