Date(s) - 02/02/2018 - 03/02/2018
12:00 am - 4:00 am
It’s that time of year when we dust off the glitter and get ready for London’s best alternative winter festival; London Remixed festival 2018!
Continental Drifts and Global Local; the producers of some of the most dynamic festival stages across the globe have once again joined forces withlong standing musical partners Movimentos, Wormfood, Two For Joy, Woodburner, Vibes & Pressure and Arts Canteen, who together will curate four exciting stages over the two day festival.
A celebration of the best emerging musical talent and genres; London Remixed Festival offers creativity, fun and madness, complete with buzzing atmosphere & music… but without the mud, rain or hassle of camping! Expect performances from over 25 cutting edge bands and DJs across 4 stages, all in one vibrant venue nested in the heart of Shoreditch.
Showcasing the best in Latin Grooves, Afro beats, Tropical Bass, Vintage-Remix, Desert Remix Balkan Beats, Urban Roots, Acoustic Soundclash and Brass Band Remix, London Remixed Festival is an original and diverse festival that kicks Global London into the future!
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‘Gypsy Folk-Rock’ group Holy Moly & The Crackers; hailing from the North East of the UK the band have an enviable reputation pulling in packed houses with their ferocious live shows. The Folk Ghetto stage will also host British Blues-guitarist phenomenon John Fairhurst who Continental Drift’s own Chris Tofu (MBE) describes as “the Wigan Jimi Hendrix”.
Saturday night’s Tropicarnival stage is hosted by Ghanaian force of nature K.O.G who’s headline slot comes from Latin & Cuban fusion Wara; a six-piece female fronted band with a scorching melting pot of identities; with backgrounds spanning Cuba, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Spain, Germany and the UK. Plus, K.O.G alsowelcomes the likes of acclaimed French artist Siska, Afro-funk and Ethiojazz eleven piece Agbeko; and Samba Junglist DJ Hiphoppapotamus to the Tropicarnival adventure.
Following the success of last year, the Friday will once again hosts free Remix Workshops in partnership with Community Music, plus the infamous Remix Speed Dating sessions.