London Remixed Festival 2015

DATE:
6 February 2015

LOCATION:
RichMix 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA London, United Kingdom

London Remixed Festival 2015

The Live Music Culture Clash

6th-7th February 2015

2 Days - 4 Stages - Shoreditch - Richmix

London is a powerhouse of musical innovation and The London Remixed Festival brings you la crème de la crème. Showcasing the best in Latin Remix, Afrobeats, Vintage-Remix, Electro-Blues, Acoustic Soundclash and Brass Band Remix, we are kicking Global London into the future! The festival is a celebration of the best emerging musical talent and genres and will offer creativity, fun and madness, complete with buzzing atmosphere & music… but without the mud, rain or hassle of camping. 1 ticket will give you access to performances from over 25 cutting edge bands and DJs across 4 stages over 2 days, all in one vibrant venue nested in the heart of Shoreditch.

The London Remixed Festival is brought to you by some of the most dynamic festival organisers, venue promoters and music agencies the UK has to offer. We aim to create the perfect festival experience; indoor camping areas to chill out, fully converted disco lift to navigate between the stages and a silent disco café. Continental Drifts; the producers of the most rocking festival stages across the globe, are excited to be back, joining forces once again with their long standing musical partners Movimientos, Wormfood, Two for Joy, Woodburner and Polka Club for the return of the London Remixed Festival 2015.

Continental Drifts/Global Local are all about creating a buzzing atmosphere, they have put together some of the best line-ups at the UK’s greatest, biggest and most loved festivals. Over the years they have supported 100s of up and coming bands, including household names such as Florence and the Machine, MUSE and Mumford and Sons, who all lost their festival virginity on their stages.

This year’s headliners include Sam and the Womp, the London Afrobeat Collective and John Fairhurst & Reverend Rockwell (Sterling Moss).

P.s: as this is an indoor festival we strongly encourage dressing up wildly!

Friday line-up (7pm-1am)


Electro-Blues (hosted by Vintage Remix)

John Fairhurst & Reverend Rockwell (Sterling Moss)

ODJBOX

MOJI

DJ Chris Tofu


Saturday line-up (7pm-4am)


Tropicarnival (hosted by Wormfood + Movimientos)

London Afrobeat Collective

Jallykebba Susso & Manding Sabu

Animanz

Orchestra Bombo

Nomad Collective

DJ Cal Jader

Wormfood DJs


Polka Club (hosted by Continental Drifts)

Sam and the Womp

New York Brass Band

Ushti Baba

Immigrant Swing

DJ Chris Tofu

DJ Penny Metal


Folk Ghetto (hosted by Two For Joy and Woodburner)

Stompin’ Dave Allen

Rum Buffalo

Keltrix

Don Kipper

Dolphin Boy

DJ Joey Fingers

Silent Disco Café

Father Funk + more tba


Tickets can be bought directly from the London Remixed Festival page or here:


Limited early birds Saturday tickets available now for only £12!

Friday 6th Feb 2015 @ Rich Mix 1pm - 7pm - A whole day dedicated to the hows whys and whats of remixing, with experts from the music industry and as well as key funders. Also our famous London Remix Speed date, where you can meet producers and bands who want to take their sounds to new places.

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