In a coming together to celebrate over 25 years of British rave culture, over 150 artists hosted by 6 London based brands will play over 8 stages at Finsbury Park on Sunday 13th September for United Festival, which returns for its second year after its sold out debut last year.
Running from 11am until 10pm, there will be 11 hours of music featuring the best in drum & bass, classic house, trance, hard dance, UK garage, jungle, hardcore and more. Finsbury Park is renowned for its rolling green fields that are perfect for hosting this one of a kind dance music festival that will bring together music lovers of all types.
The 8 stages that will be in action at United Festival will be hosted by a number of prestigious London club brands, with the United Main Stage also being erected to host the biggest talent of the weekend. Promised Land One Nation, Moondance, TwiceasNice, Mental Asylum Records and Frantic will all host their own stages aside from the main arena and a VIP arena that will host classic DJs all day long.
The United Main Stage will welcome the likes of DJ Marky, Oxide & Neutrino, 808 State and Lisa Lashes, whilst the Promised Land stage will see performances from some of the greatest house music artists and DJs of all time, including Marshall Jefferson, Robert Owens and Graeme Park. One Nation will spearhead an awesome line up of D&B, headlined by Hazard and SASASAS, a fusion of DJ Phantasy, Macky Gee Alpha, Skibadee, Shotta, Shabba and Stormin.
Moondance hosts Hamilton, Randall & DJ Storm and Micky Fin amongst many others, whilst UKG all stars Pied Piper, DJ Luck & MC Neat and DJ Spoony will headline the TwiceasNice Arena. Jordan Suckley, Lisa Pin Up and Slipmatt are just some of the other DJs who will be playing on the remaining 3 stages at United Festival, with the overall line up proving to be one of the largest the capital will be seeing all year.
Words by Josh Plews
Images courtesy of United Festival