BSTK kicks off summer in Essex across the weekend of 8th – 10th July 2016 with Annie Mac, Mark Ronson, Katy B, Krept & Konan, Wretch 32 and many more.
Annie Mac and Mark Ronson are today confirmed as the first headliners for BSTK 2016. Mark Ronson, the Grammy award-winning international DJ, producer and musician will take to the decks crowning the main stage whilst Annie Mac, the taste-making DJ, broadcaster and TV host will top the bill in The Good Shed.
Also confirmed for the festival is the critically acclaimed Katy B, soon to release the follow up to her number 1 album ‘Little Red’, and world record holders for 'Highest-Charting UK album by an Unsigned Act', Krept & Konan. Elsewhere BSTK welcomes the arena-filling ‘Blackout’ hit-maker Wretch 32.
For guitar-lovers Scouting For Girls promise a prime slice of indie pop whilst MOBO Award winner Fuse ODG provides for BSTK’s afrobeat needs. An iconic name confirmed for this summer’s event is the multi platinum selling rapper and producer Mike Skinner.
Across the line-up further additions cover a whole host of party-fuelling sounds from both DJ and live acts across the dance, pop and urban spectrums of music such as Mistajam, Justin Martin, Big Narstie, Huxley, and Ms Dynamite. Names familiar to major airwaves, the top ten and the UK dance floors come in the forms of Charlie Sloth, Artwork, Izzy Bizu, Doorly, DJ Craze, DJ Yoda, Becky Hill, Bonkaz, Yungen and Lady Leshurr.
Further additions include an array of talent such as Sonny Fodera, DJ Luck and MC Neat, Hauswerks, Ivy Lab, Crissy Cris, Mampi Swift, Nicky Blackmarket and DJ SS. Whether its house, UK garage, drum n bass or techno BSTK has all bases covered for raving into the early hours with Drumsound & Bassline Smith, FuntCase, Logan D, Mat Format, Erb N Dub, Harry Shotta, Carasel, Unknown, Youngman, Indica and Nuklear.
BSTK returns this summer renewed and refreshed; as well as details of further artists future announcements will unveil further headliners, details of the VIP offering and all manner of entertainments to delight festival goers this coming July.
Published on 10 March 2016 by Ben Robinon