Drifters: London’s Secret Island Festival

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Did you know about Drifters? We just found out about it from Fever, and it sounds AWESOME. A wild 4-day party on London’s Osea Island, this one is so awesome that we decided to make a list about it. Ladies and Gentleman, behold! The List of Awesomeness!

 

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Where?

Osea

Osea Island, River Blackwater Estuary, Essex (or Essix, depending on where you’re from).

 

When?

Drifters dates

22-25th May (that’s a bank holiday, woop woop!)


Who?
Line Up

SIGMA, Tube & Berger, No Artificial Colours, Felon, Jolyon and more. Including us, because it sounds amazing. Sponsorship comes from Ciroc Vodka, Kopparberg, Asahi, Twenty Something, CAKE, Bodo’s Schloss and Raffles.

 

How?

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Book a ticket with Fever, save £10 with the coupon code SECRETDRIFTER, and then sort out your transport to get there. The roads are tidal, what with it being an island and everything, so the best thing is probably to head over to Drifters’ website to book official transport (or pack a snorkel).

 

How many?

Black and White

An exclusive 500, so it will probably sell out fast!

 

What else?
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This is only the 2nd year of Drifters, its definitely our pick to become huge in the future. Twenty Something will be organising all sorts of quirky activities, including secret gigs that they’ll send push notifications to your phone for, and a Saturday day party at the clubhouse.

That pretty much concludes the List of Awesomeness. We should probably tell you some other things, like how you can choose between camping, glamping and the 5* beach house, but it’s getting late on a Friday and all this talk about partying is giving us itchy feet. We’re off to the pub.

To join us at Drifters for an exclusive Secret London price of £105, click here to download a ticket straight to your phone and enter the code SECRETDRIFTER in the rewards section.

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Tom Livingstone

Tom Livingstone

Tom's favourite activities are talking about himself in the third person, and starting things which he'll never

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