51st London Festival Presents Diverse Lineup Of Dance Music Icons For 2023

The 51st Festival, a celebrated UK music festival, has announced its full line-up for 2023, taking place on 5 August at Copthall Playing Fields in London. With a reputation for bringing together classical and emerging dance music, the event is known for combining nostalgic and iconic acts with cutting-edge new music. It is also known for its inclusivity, celebrating house music in all its genres, including soul, classical, tech, afro, garage, disco, RnB, dancehall, soca, amapiano, drum & bass and more.

Over 100 dance music icons, legends and party artists will perform on six stages, with Bobby and Steve’s legendary Ibiza label and event promotion company Groove Odyssey hosting the main stage. The stage will feature DJ and production collaborations from Louie Vega and David Morales, Kings of House NYC, famed New York party starters Body & Soul, and French ambassador of stylish club sounds, Dimitri from Paris. , among others. Notting Hill Carnival’s legendary sound system, Rampage, will feature a mix of live and DJ talent, including DJ Jazzy Jeff and vibraphonist/vocalist Roy Ayers, performing as part of their ‘farewell tour’.

Legendary old school house and garage promoters Backto95 will be featuring a host of some of the biggest names in UK music including Todd Edwards, Heartless Crew, Grant Nelson and Norris ‘Da Boss’ Windross. The Fiesta will feature Grammy Award-winning New York house maestro Roger Sánchez and Grammy Award-nominated DJ/producer Todd Terry. The Dolly Rockers will present British DJ Norman Jay, master of disco/funk and house from Perth, Australia, Dr Packer and RatPack, aka DJ Lipmaster Mark and MC Evenson Allen, with a classic house set. House FM’s VIP stage will feature Chicago house producer and underground hero Mike Dunn and international house DJ, producer, tastemaker and label boss DJ Pioneer, among others.

In addition to the music, the 51st Festival promises an atmosphere like no other, with new food vendors and easy access by subway, car, train and bus. Michael Hughes, organizer of the festival, said: “We’re excited to return to our new home, Copthall Playing Fields, Barnet, where we plan to build and grow on the success of 2022. We’ll bring you one of London’s leading multi-genre dance music shows. festivals with cutting-edge production and top-level British and international artists.

More information here: https://www.51stfestival.com/

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