Headliners include East End Dubs, Chris Stussy, Ray Mono, Sidney Charles, Archie Hamilton, Darius Syrossian, Joey Daniel, Lauren Lo Slung, WAFF
A boutique open-air show soundtracked by cutting-edge underground talent. Lush green British countryside with world-class stage design and high-end audio. Welcome to Forgotten Fields, Dance on Arrival’s biggest ever show in association with cult minimal label Eastenderz. It all goes down on Sunday, August 1st just outside London at the idyllic Colesdale Farm in Hertfordshire. Tickets will sell out, so sign up now to avoid disappointment.
By the time this much-anticipated event arrives, social distancing and government restitutions will be a thing of the past. Two stunning stages will rise up from the lush green meadows of Colesdale Farm and welcome you with tastefully curated sounds from young and exciting talents. There will be no restrictions on sound, a VIP island, and a real focus on the small details that will make this a cozy and intimate festival to remember.
The superb Eastenderz stage is headed up by East End Dubs, a red hot DJ and producer whose every label release and London event sell out in double-quick time. He is joined by Dutch cult hero Chris Stussy, minimal maestro Ray Mono, Heavy House Society label boss Sidney Charles, plus Rossi and Toman.
The equally mouthwatering Dance on Arrival stage will be the place to catch no-frills, rock-solid house in all its forms by contemporary tastemakers and global DJ stars Archie Hamilton, Darius Syrossian, Joey Daniel, Lauren Lo Slung and WAFF with residents Marcellus and Tibbs b2b Silver and many more.
It has been a long, dark 15 months, but Forgotten Fields is the perfect way to cut loose and banish your worries in the most perfect and welcoming setting.