On Saturday 15th June FOUND christens summer in London with a unique one-day outdoor showcase. Cutting edge electronic sounds come to Shoreditch’s Haggerston Park.
Born as a series of 15 underground club events almost two years ago, FOUND was amongst those pioneering the melting pot of sub genres that came to define the re-birth of house and techno in the capital and London’s love for all things electronic. Pushing this ethos forward, Saturday 15th June sees five of the most discerning club brands in the big smoke fuse their distinct musical roots.
Joining forces to curate a cross-section of the finest talent from across the UK, Europe and further afield, these stellar promoters have programmed their own stages with a diverse pool of artists. Unified by a love of four-to-the-floor and influenced by musical movements forged in the likes of Berlin, Chicago, Detroit, in New York and here on our own doorstep, this selection of acts promises nothing more than a blend of some truly exciting DJs and producers.
Whether making waves in their respective scenes or sitting at the top of their game, this program of artists celebrates genuinely talented craftsmen with a shared passion and devotion to sound.
Accompanying this eclectic line-up offering will be a hand-picked list of mouth watering foods – a nod to London’s street food revolution that alongside electronic music, has played a seminal role in the city’s cultural development in recent years.
Trix have curated a stunning VIP line-up that delivers the kind of musical quality you don’t often get in the VIP at other events, where the line-up is often overlooked. Not only can you listen to world class house & techno from the finest DJs, you can do so with your own cocktail bar, comfortable seating area, VIP toilets and fast-track priority entry to the event. Specific information will be announced shortly and limited tickets are on sale now.
We only recommend purchasing tickets from authorised ticket outlets (Resident Advisor) and do not support ticket re-selling. When buying from second hand sources there is no way to guarantee authenticity and ticket holders may be asked to provide ID upon entry.