51st Festival London – New festival site announced and more
For the last seven years, 51st Festival in London has been bridging a niche gap in the live music market, but collectively bringing together influential members of the dance music scene and the newer generation of underground artists who still champion the artform today.
Taking it’s inspiration from genres such as US Gospel, Disco, House, Soul and expanding all the way to harder types of music like UK Garage, 2-step, Acid House, Dancehall R&B and much more; 51st Festival 2022 aims to showcase the multicultural heritage of dance and is certainly one of the most diverse and inclusive festivals in the UK.
This year 51st Festival is happy to announce that it has found a new home as it upscales itself to the much larger and affluent Copthall Playing Fields in North London. This year the Festival guarantee lots of surprises for it’s regulars and some spectacular jaw-dropping experiences for newcomers. The Festival, from its new home will now host seven different stages amplifying the festival to new heights.
51st Festival 2022 - a celebration of the roots of House music exploring Soulful, Classic, Tech, Afro, Garage, Disco, Soul, RnB, Dancehall, Soca, Amapiano, Drum & Bass and more!
The Festival takes place on Saturday 20th August 2022 between 11am – 10pm as it opens the gates to its new home at Copthall Playing Fields. The new location is easily accessible by tube (Mill Hill East on the Northern Line), train (Mill Hill Broadway, 17 minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras), bus (Copthall Sports Centre) and by car with plenty of parking available.>
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