This years Big Top is hosted by returning crew, Viva Warriors. Punters can see Steve Lawler, Art Department and Denny journeying through deeper house and tech. Also stepping up is newcomer Elliot Adamson, a producer who has shot into the public eye since working with Patrick Topping. Warriors resident Jamie Roy is also on board, a name with releases on Skream’s Ofunsoundmind imprint and 8Bit, plus trio Wax on Mare Street who’ll present sleazy disco explorations.
Making an EE debut is revered institution Defected, the London label who have grown into global club brand with their solid output, epic parties and much-loved artists. For their first EE stage, they’ve recruited a set of label pals; with first lady of Defected Sam Divine set to lay down some funky-filled house jams, plus favourite Sonny Fodera and Kings ofTomorrow member Sandy Rivera all on. Hotly-tipped producers Emanuel Satie, aficionado Franky Rizardo and Italy’s Dario D’attIs are another few names representing for the Defected camp.
‘The Star of EE Pub’ will be hosted by premiere London radio station; Rinse FM, who’ll take a darker stance with bass, grime and garage. Find sets from Bristol bass boys My Nu Leng, with twisted garage and bad boy bass. There’s a rare set from OG’s Heartless Crew (HEARTLESS!) with an old-skool flow that’ll get everyone hyped. Pirate radio don and king selector Oneman, grime favourite Sir Spyro, station associates Barely Legaland Sian Anderson are all set to play too. Finally, the VIP area plays host to a nostalgic ’30 Years Of Acid House’ theme, with a killer bill of veteran selectors, including acid pioneer DJ Pierre, proper house promoter Stuart Patterson, Terry Farley, Clive Henryand Back2Basics’ boss Dave Beer.
Fairground rides, street food, glitter girls, dress-up tents and much more on-site madness will be part of Eastern Electrics’ festivities this year, adding another dimension to the big day out. It’s a chance for ravers to lose themselves in a playground for big kids, letting go for a day of debauchery. Since their early warehouse roots, EE have grown into a UK clubbing mainstay, known for their sense of fun, and no holds barred attitude. Now in a brand new location to be revealed very soon, EE is the perfect summer day out for those wanting some extra summer fun. With a small amount of tickets at just £29.50 and VIP tickets from just £49.50, it’s a day out that won’t break the bank too. With easy access from all London train stations and plenty of accommodation nearby, it’s an easy journey for any out of towers too. Grab a ticket now to secure your place at Eastern Electrics 2017!