The full lineup has been revealed with further stage hosts announced for Hospitality In The Park, the definitive drum & bass event hosted by Hospital Records’ world-renowned club brand Hospitality.
Leading the announcement over on the Rampage Stage are Calyx & Teebee, fresh off the back of releasing their latest album ‘1x1’, alongside the unique sounds of Rockwell playing B2B with Rene La Vice. Dimension, The Upbeats and Modestep are all announced for the day.
BBC Radio 1 residents Dub Phizix & Strategy are bringing their Well Good Do to Finsbury Park showcasing a who’s who of the genre including drum & bass kings DJ Marky and Calibre and a foundation jungle set from Randall performing B2B with Uncle Dugs and featuring the celebrated jungle legend General Levy. The stage will also host live shows from DRS and drum and bass soul diva Jenna G’s live band Jenna & The G’s alongside sets from grime superstar D Double E, dance floor destroyer Chimpo, Manchester based super group Levelz and hip-hop live band The Mouse Outfit.
The final stage partner is one of London’s premier party promoters The Doctor’s Orders, who will be bringing a different flavour to Hospitality In The Park. Appearing across the day will be none other than radio legend Tim Westwood supported by an array of eclectic acts including Mr Thing, Spin Doctor and a not-to-be-missed set of eclectic 12” from Hospital Records co-founder Chris Goss. Also appearing will be resident genre bender and purveyor of soul drenched sounds Russ Ryan alongside Wah Wah 45s Dom Servini, CWD and Pete Isaac.
The one day party will feature plenty of the Hospital Records family, including a first time live performance from the newly formed London Elektricity Big Band, DJ sets from High Contrast, Fred V & Grafix, S.P.Y, Danny Byrd, Etherwood, Keeno and plenty more. The first Hospitality In The Park will offer an epic 360-degree selection of the most sought after names in drum & bass.
On top of all that, there are still several very special surprise guests still to be announced later in the summer! This is set to be a landmark event for drum & bass, as well as a monumental and historical achievement for Hospital Records and the genre as a whole.
In addition to the stacked lineup, Hospitality In The Park will offer tethered balloon rides in Hospital Records’ own custom built hot air balloon, live graffiti and art installations, an array of London’s best independent street food and of course the one-of-a-kind, unbeatable Hospitality atmosphere.
Published on 31 May 2016 by Ben Robinson