If you go down to the woods today… you better bring your dancing shoes.
Ah, festival season this year has been something special, hasn’t it? Despite the delay to “Freedom Day” meaning things got going in late July, it’s been pretty bloody amazing to have all our favourite summer events back.
And this year, more and more events have stretched out into September, making up for lost time. So, why not end your festival season at the end of the month at a brand spanking new event? A resounding yes, I should hope.
Electric Woodlands is kicking off its first year in Bygrove Woods in Baldock, which is just 30 minutes from London. Plus, you’ll get an extra cool woodland setting to really make the journey on September 25 worthwhile.
Plus, if that wasn’t enough, the lineup is completely and utterly stacked with some of the biggest names in dance music. Three stages will reside in the forest setting, each with their own flavour of electronic sound.
The main stage will be hosted by DnB Allstars, so you can expect the likes of Chase and Status (DJ set), Hybrid Minds, Dimension and special guests DJ Hazard and Bad Boy Chiller Crew.
Over at the Crucast stage, you’ll find acts including Skepsis, Darkzy, Dj Q b2b Jamie Duggan, alongside the special guest of the night, Flava D. Plus, the Foreverland stage hosts Richey Ahmed, Detlaf b2b Latmun, Alisha, and special guest John Summit.
It’s easy to access, with shuttle buses carrying attendees to the event every 10 minutes from Stevenage station. Plus, once you’re there, you’ll have plenty of spots to buy some quality food and drinks for when you need a rest from all the dancing.
For a one day getaway at the weekend to see off festival season, it’s unlikely to get much better than Electric Woodlands. Find your tickets here.
To enter the festival, you must have one of: a negative lateral flow Covid-19 test from less than 48-hours before 25/9, proof of double vaccination, or natural immunity (proof you have had Covid-19 in the past 180 days and have finished isolating).