“Four Days, One City, No Headliners”
Heading back to its rightful birthplace, Boiler Room has announced a four-Day festival that will take place in London. Mark your calendars and plan to head to Copeland Park in South London on October 9-12, 2019.
Each of the four days will feature a new underground scene that will showcase different genres and emerging artists. The festival’s lineup will consist of no headliners as a way to promote their eccentric underground cause.
True Boiler Room fans will understand the notion of not having headliners or a lineup announced. Highly skilled and talented artists have appeared on all Boiler Room circuits since the start of the movement in 2010. We have seen acts like Honey Dijon, Richie Hawtin, Disclosure, Skrillex, and more.
The festival will focus on various genres and scenes, day-by-day. Day 1 will set sail with the UK Jazz movement, followed by Rap, Bass Music (jungle, dubstep, UK garage), and Club music (house and techno), according to Resident Advisor.
“With our first-ever Boiler Room Festival we wanted to represent some of the most exciting moments and underground scenes in the UK right now,” Boiler Room CEO Blaise Bellville shared in a press release. “Partnering with the emerging DJs, artists and collectives who are shaping contemporary club culture, and giving them the biggest stage we can.”
Blaise Bellville, Boiler Room CEO
Fans need not worry if you aren’t able to be in London for this musical feat. Boiler Room intends to draw around 20,000 people to the festival and will broadcast live online. The global streaming platform of underground music and culture will finally celebrate a common place for emerging artists and fans alike to conjoin. This festival will definitely be one for the books.
Learn more about the festival and pricing here.