The lead-up to Electric Woodlands 2021

This weekend be introduced to Electric Woodlands; the all-new DnB festival that invites you deep into an enchanted woodland for 11 hours of musical escapism on September 25th, 2021. Situated 30 minutes from London in Baldock’s beautiful Bygrave Farm (Hertfordshire) the festival will host 3 stages of music, each hosted by acclaimed brands and genre-leaders, featuring a mix of red hot up and comers and established pioneers.

Who’s who of drum & bass, house and bass stars will be playing on the day, including Chase & Status, Hybrid Minds, Kings of the Rollers, Dimension, Flava D, Richy Ahmed, John Summit, Detlef, Latmun, Skepsis, Darkzy and Bou, as well as special guests Bad Boy Chiller Crew plus many more.

The festival features three beautifully bespoke stage designs, lush green landscapes, and a hidden forest, each hosted by acclaimed brands and genre-leaders, featuring a mix of red-hot, up-and-comers and established pioneers.

DnB Allstars, the largest global online community of drum & bass fans, will host The Big Top, headlined by juggernauts Chase & Status and Rage. They’re joined by fellow big hitters Hybrid Minds, Dimension, the legendary Kings of the Rollers, as well as special guests and stars of the moment Bad Boy Chiller Crew, plus many more. 

The Clearing Stage will be hosted by the mighty bassline collective CruCast, who have taken the scene by storm with a vital new strain of high energy bass sounds. They showcase leading practitioners Skepsis, Darkzy, Kanine, DJ Q b2b Jamie Duggan, Window Kid, Zero, Tsuki and more as well as special guest and garage, grime and bassline queen, Flava D. 

The Enchanted Forest stage is hosted by the famously colourful and eccentric Foreverland, with cutting edge house selectors Richy Ahmed, special guest & one of the fastest rising stars of house music John Summit, Detlef b2b Latmun and more from the likes of Alisha, Lewis Tala, Royal Hustle and Kayley Harriet all taking to the decks. 

The team behind the festival is the newly formed yet vastly experienced Louder, responsible for organising over 300 events and club shows a year including festivals to all-day events and club shows at the UK’s most prestigious venues including Printworks, Ministry of Sound, Clapham Common, O2 Academies, The Drumsheds and The Warehouse Project. 

A partnership with Big Green Coach means there will be plenty of buses from surrounding areas, as well as shuttle buses (10 mins from the festival site) from the nearby Stevenage Station. The site will be converted into an immersive musical wonderland with a range of food and drink options to keep you fuelled through the day. 

Electric Woodlands is set to be a much needed, one-day getaway and unforgettable experience which will undoubtedly become a permanent fixture in the festival calendar. 

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Words: Izabel Rose