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Found presents Ceremony Festival 13th September

2014 July 31
by Michelle Manetti

So festival season is well and truly in full swing and there’s a plethora of great festivals out there to choose from, it’s quite the mine field, but let us offer you a helpful little suggestion.

The guys over at Found have created a brand new Electronic festival for the close of the season, to ease us into the autumnal hibernation gently. Ceremony will take place on Saturday 13th September at London’s iconic Finsbury Park. Now most festivals have a line up they want to gloat about, but this one is truly is worth boasting.

Ceremony’s tagline is ‘Past / Present / Future’ and they certainly deliver on this front, the line-up features some serious heavy-weight seminal Iconic artists such as Louis Vega, Inner City, Todd Terry, Roy Davis Jr, Robert Owens, Bobby & Steve, Paul Trouble Anderson, Jazzy M, Phil Asher, Kevin Saunderson, DJ Sneak, Grant Nelson, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Matt ‘Jam’ Lamont. For those of you youngsters out there who don’t know who these guys are, do a little google search, many of these guys paved the way for the clubbing scene as we know it today, it reads like the DJ top 100 list from the 90s, back when Ibiza was still cool and God was a DJ.

Alongside these iconic big guns, are some of todays more established artists, such as Claptone, Andana Twins, Flashmob, Skepta, Preditah, Plastician, Cause & Effect, Nick Curly then we’ve got the serious rising stars who will no doubt be the future greats, such as Route 94 and Kidnap Kid.

If you like your music electronic, this is the one for you, there’s no drony indie music in sight, no plastic pop artists to poke fun at, this is serious dance music, gunz blazing, fist pumping, body popping, sweaty dancing action from the word go.

 In the words of Inner City it’s going to be ‘Big Fun’

Get your tickets directly from the Ceremony website or the RA page HERE


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