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Drumsheds prepares for its second season in London

Featuring events with Chase and Status, Radio 1, Craig David, Recess, False Idols, Drumcode, Worried About Henry, and more in the second run of shows.

Photo credit: Luke Dyson

Building on the success of its debut season last year, Drumsheds  is back for its second season. Presented by Broadwick Live, the team behind Drumsheds, Printworks, Field Day, and more, this live experience in North London is focused on delivering an unforgettable time for the audience. The opening season featured 14 shows, and now the countdown is on for the second season, which will showcase ten shows with globally renowned artists.

The lineup for the second season is packed with talent, including Chase And Status, The Hydra, Drumcode, Meduza, James Hype Present Our House, Radio 1 Dance, Amelie Lens’ EXHALE, Craig David’s TS5, Recess, False Idols, and Ten Years Of Worried About Henry. All of these performances will take place in a 608,000 sq ft warehouse, which includes three club rooms and has a capacity of 15,000. Drumsheds promises to deliver impressive talent throughout 2024.

The season kicks off on February 23rd with a sold-out live show by UK dance music duo Chase and Status.

On March 2nd, Recess will have their biggest show yet. The lineup for this event, featuring genres like Dancehall, Hip-Hop, Amapiano, and Afrobeats, will be announced soon on social media.

Drumcode returns to London on March 9th, featuring leading names in techno like Kölsch, Layton Giodarni, Rebūke, and Stephan Bodzin. Junction 2 will also take over the Y Room with melodic dance music stalwarts like Yotto, Parra for Cuva, Woo York, and more.

On March 29th, Radio 1 Dance will host a day-into-night party. This event celebrates Radio 1’s connection to dance music and features popular artists such as Above and Beyond, Ben Hemsley, Charlie Hedges, Danny Howard, Eats Everything, Jaguar, Pete Tong, and more.

The Hydra returns to Drumsheds with Bonobo for the Outlier concept. This show will showcase artists from the underground scene, including DJ Koze, Kerri Chandler b2b DJ Tennis, Mall Grab b2b salute, Dan Shake, Tash LC, and more.

False Idols will be back for round 2 on April 13th, featuring nostalgic icons like the Sugababes. This new party aims to evolve the club landscape, focusing on inclusivity and style. The full lineup will be announced soon.

Drumsheds will also host Worried About Henry, celebrating a decade of bass-driven music. This party features label friends and family like Wilkinson, Skepsis, Shy FX, Flava D, K Motionz, and Gentlemans Dub Club.

Other artists joining the lineup include Craig David’s TS5 indoor festival, which features artists from the garage and house crossover worlds. Jax Jones, Ella Henderson, Nathan Dawe, and many more will also be part of this festival.

Techno icon Amelie Lens will bring her revered EXHALE brand for a day of high-intensity techno. This event will feature VTSS, IMOGEN, Dax J b2b SPFDJ, Ellen Allien, and more.

An exciting addition to the Drumsheds lineup is the collaborative Our House party featuring DJs Meduza and James Hype. This event will bring together top names from the electronic music scene, including Mistajam, Todd Terry, Boys Noize, Melle Brown, Oden & Fatzo, and more. It will be the biggest Our House event yet.

For more information on the program of events and to get tickets, visit the official Drumsheds website here.

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