The Temple of Boom returns to Secret Garden Party’s finale

The Secret Garden Party’s patron saint Eddy Temple Morris is bringing back the spirit of The Remix tent and the much loved Temple Of Boom to the last ever Party in The Colosillyum.

Taking place Friday and Saturday, 6pm to 6am, The Colosillyum is the perfect venue for the high octane artists that Eddy always pulls in. This year, the line-up will be both spectacular and ground-breaking, with several acts who've played blistering sets in the past, coming back to send SGP off in style.

Friday night sees an eclectic bill of friends old and new:  Utah Saints, Hervé and two very special surprise superstar artists are coming back (to be announced nearer the time), plus Eddy's Producer Of The Year, the brilliant (Chase & Status signed), 1991, along with Document One and hotly-tipped bassline/mash up duo,Shapes, who made such waves in 2016, join the Party for the very first time.

"I wanted to strike a balance between history and nowism" says Eddy, "to have sets by people who've both had and given such good times in the past, and for a few newer producers to come and see why this is the best party on planet earth."

Then roll up roll up for Saturday’s gladiatorial exclusive, an unprecedented union of the two biggest brands in Drum & Bass:

Temple Of Boom presents: Hospitality Vs Ram


Saturday Night! The Colosillyum! Never done before, never to be repeated, this is a special present for all those attending the last Party ever.

Line-up is as follows:


Sub Focus Vs Metrik


Camo Vs Krooked


SPY Vs Rene LaVice


Fred V & Grafix Vs Culture Shock


Nu:Logic Vs DC Breaks


Keeno Vs Chords


Frankee Vs Krakota




Daxta, Ruthless ID & Carasel!


"Without question the two most titanic labels in this genre, and most played on my Remix radio show, are Ram Records and Hospital Records. To have them collaborating on an event for the first, and probably last time in history is a dream come true and a reflection on how profoundly SGP is loved by the electronic music community.

I cannot thank both Ram and Hospital enough and all the artists who've supported us over the years. I'm truly honoured to be a part of SGP and to be hosting such an incredible line up this year."

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