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Pertinent Details Regarding “Hospitality in the Park” 2017

Hospitality in the Park 2017 promises to be a rave of huge proportions as it is a festival of renowned drum & bass label Hospital Records that will be taking place at Finsbury Park, Endymion, London N4 1EE on 23 September 2017. Finsbury Park is one of London’s many green, open spaces and it frequently welcomes some of the biggest and best musical events being one of the central spots for North London’s festival scene.

Reaching the venue of the festival, Finsbury Park, is easy. If going by plane, you can reach the park from both Heathrow Airport and London Stansted conveniently as it is a direct tube journey on the Piccadilly Line from Heathrow Airport. From Stansted, you can take the Stansted Express train to Tottenham Hale and then get the Victoria Line tube to Finsbury Park. If you are taking a train, you can reach Finsbury Park Station by both National Rail and London Underground trains. As it is on the Victoria Line and the Piccadilly Line, it has good connectivity with most of London including Kings Cross/St Pancras for travellers using the Eurostar. If you are taking a coach, you can reach Victoria Coach station by coach from across the UK and Europe and then just take a short walk to Victoria Underground station and take a 10-minute tube ride to Finsbury Park on the Victoria Line.

If you are visiting London for sightseeing and if you wish to attend the Hospitality in the Park event, it would be most convenient to stay at Hotels Near Finsbury Square London as you would be just a few metres away from the venue as well as to other attractions of Finsbury Square and to those in central London. Moreover, you would be able to choose a hotel suiting your budget as all types of accommodations are available here.

The festival will feature the most innovative artists in the genre and it guarantees an unparalleled experience of euphoric intensity at the iconic Finsbury Park. Its unique feature will be the combination of the latest emerging producers with some of the talent that has amalgamated drum & brass into the festive scene over the past ten years or so. Artists who have participated in the festival in the past include High Contrast, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Calyx & Teebee, Modestep, Dub Phizix & Strategy and Fred V & Grafix. Only adults over 18 can enter the festival and ID may be required upon entry. The start and finish time of the festival has not been officially announced as yet but last year it started at 12pm and lasted until 10pm. There is strictly no re-entry to the festival and the festival will have several cash machine spots. However, there may be a small fee for withdrawing money and queues for the same are not expected. It is however advisable to carry enough cash with you for the duration of the festival.

For visitors to London who wish to do sightseeing especially for attending the festival, or for any other purpose, there are plenty of accommodation options suiting all types of people and their budgets. Ranging from the most expensive luxury hotels that provide the ultimate in luxurious living with the best of facilities and hotel amenities along with personalised services, to the cheapest hotels and the Bed & Breakfast accommodations, these hotels are ideal for all types of visitors. However, one of the most convenient places to stay is the Montcalm Royal London House that offers luxurious stay fit for the Royals, as the name suggests. Moreover, it provides pampering services with the allocation of a butler specifically for each guest so that all needs are met. It has a central location close to most attractions of the city. The hotel offers 253 spacious, tech-ready rooms, some looking out over the lawns of Finsbury Square. Throughout the hotel you will find subtle mid-century styling meeting twenty-first century tech, from the alluring lobby to the striking new rooftop restaurant and bar, Aviary, revealing a fresh perspective of the city.

The artists and groups that are likely to feature in the Hospitality in the Park 2017 festival include the following:

Hospitality: Danny Byrd, Fred V & Grafix (live), Hugh Hardie, Makato, Krakota (We are 21 set), Matzo (MRSE D&B set), Metrik B2B TC, NuLogic (Nu Tone B2B Logistics), and S.P.Y. It is hosted by Dynamite MC, Fava GQ, Stamina.

Let it Roll: Audio, Black Sun Empire, Break & SP:MC, Calyx & Teebee & LX One, Culture Shock, B2B DC Breaks, June Miller, Maduk, Teddy Killerz, The Prototypes, The Upbeats, Plus residents Suki, Bifidus. It is hosted by 2SHY, LX One, SP:MC, LOWQUi

Deep Medi Meets Roots of Jungle: Mala, A/T/O/S(live), Benny III, Compa, Jack Sparrow, Kahn & Neek, Kaiju, Kenny Ken B2B Randall ft. MC Det (Jungle History Set), Remarc & Navigator, Silkie, Sir Spyro B2B Spooky & Kylla P, and Swindle. It is hosted by Crazy Dee, Onyx, Son of Sellah.

Fabric Live: My Nu Leng & Dread MC, The Return of Clipz, Benton, Calibre & DRS, Chimpo B2B Sam Binga ftTrigga, Mefius, Kasra & Mantmast, Rusko, Skepsis, Blazey Bodynod, and Skankandbass. It is hosted by DRS, Mantmast, Trigga

Med School: Etherwood, MI:ST:CAL, (Marcus Intalex B2B ST Files B2B Caliber), A – Z, Alix Perez & Eprom present “Shades”, Anile, BCEE B2B Technimatic, BOP Presents Microfunk, (Bop & Oak), Frederick Robinson (live), Keeno, LSB DRS & Tyler Daley, LTJ Buken, Royalston B2B Whiney. It is hosted by SP:MC, Ruthless, Inja.

Invaders: DJ Guv, Blackley & Premium, King of the Rollers (Voltage, Serum, Bladerunner & Inja), Macky Gee, Molly Collins, R3DX, The time is TNA (Tumop B2B Dominator – Azza & Grima) and Total Recall. It is hosted by Harry Shotta, Skywalker, Youngafox, Magika.

Main Squeeze: MO Fingaz & Bobafatt, A-Z, Chris Goss, DJ Gilla, DOM Servini, Russ Ryan, Scrimshire, Spin Doctor.

The Incubator: A-Z, ATYK, GLXY, IN:MOST, Josh Brown, Kyrist, Lurch, Matti Limitless, Soul Motion & Colosus, Submorphics, T>1.

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