Returning for its fourth and biggest year so far, Found Festival is bringing authentic techno sounds to six massive stages in Brockwell Park. As part of the Found Series, Found Festival has a reputation for balancing established artists with some of the hottest up-and-coming acts from across London’s electronic community. Found is quickly finding a footing within the busy UK musical calendar, hosting a wide array of electronic music in a celebration of the future of techno, with the freshest DJs and producers around. This year organisers are boasting that the festival will ‘journey deeper into underground music than ever before’. This niche festival is so popular that most tickets are already sold out. If innovative house music is your thing, then waste no time. Second release tickets for Found Festival are going for a mere £30.00.
This one-day festival features an unmissable line-up. Headlining the I-D Mix stage is the mesmerising Kerri ‘Kaoz’ Chandler, who started playing records at just 13 years old. Since then he’s gone on to perform on both sides of the Atlantic, releasing over 100 records, which comprise of a melodic deep house sound which feels designed for summer. Theo Parrish is another American gracing Brockwell Park with a set made up of experimental techno tracks. He’s known for remixing classic disco or funk tunes, injecting an old-school element to his new-school of music. The list goes on. Petre Inspirescu. Zenker Brothers. Maurice Fulton. All wildly different and gathered together in one place. It would be impossible to see it all in just one day, but we’re sure you could give it a go.
Found Festival has always been about the music, making it one of the most good-natured festivals around. If you find you don’t want it to end, be sure not to miss the official after party which will continue into the night just a short distance from the festival site. The after party itself is less than a 20 minute taxi ride away from the Megabus stop at Victoria Coach Station. That makes accommodation seem like a waste of time.
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