Born out of London’s underground techno scene, Eastern Electrics brings a warehouse vibe to its two-day festival held in Morden Park, South London, England. Clubbers unite for a weekend of electronica, dance, house, garage and techno with a wealth of big names and up-and-coming stars colouring the line-up.
The all-day parties of Eastern Electrics have become renowned in the techno scene with DJs putting on a show (think: lights, pyrotechnics, video art and more) for the hordes of festivalgoers dancing their hearts out. With over five stages dotted around Morden Park, EE is an explosion of colour, sound, energy and life.
Not only is the music non-stop throughout the weekend, but the food and drinks will be flowing too with an awesome selection of street food pop-ups, craft breweries, snack bars and more.
If you haven’t had enough when the gigs stop, make your way to one of the official after parties to continue the rave until the early hours.
‘When clubbing institutions and promoters such as the Ministry of Sound and Defected in the House are willing to put their name to it, you know it must be good!’
Eastern Electrics is held in Morden Park in South London. The music festival has been held in various venues over the past few years but with easy access via public transport and a great space to work with Morden Park has been a real hit!
Each of the stages is hosted by a techno brand, club or promoter so find your favourite and you’ll know you’ll be listening to tunes you love. Whether you choose the Main Stage, The Switchyard or the much-loved Electric City, you’re sure to find some incredible DJs running the decks.
Morden Park (SM4 4BU) can easily be reached by public transport from across London and as there is no parking available on site, using public transport is highly recommended.
The Eastern Electrics entrance is located around 15-20 minutes from the Morden underground station which is on the Northern line and runs through Camden, Euston, King’s Cross, Bank, London Bridge and Clapham (among others).
Alternatively, you can take mainline train to Morden South Railway Station (6 minutes from Morden Park), St Helier Railway Station (10 minutes) or Motspur Park Railway Station 25-20 minutes).
Where possible, Eastern Electrics tries to organise the after party somewhere along the Northern line for ease of access after the main festival.
There are so many places to stay in London so you’ll have ample choice and thanks to the festival being located on the Northern line you can pretty much choose anywhere in North, Central or South London along this line. Of course, you can always grab a taxi or Uber if you are staying nearby (but not on the underground line).
Most hotels will have summer/weekend prices and availability so it is best to book early to avoid disappointment.
See the map below for an idea of where to stay in and around Morden Park in London for the Eastern Electrics Festival.
The festival runs Saturday 11am-10pm and Sunday 12pm-10pm so most of your time will be taken dancing the days away to amazing DJs and enjoying some delicious food and drink. Later still you can head to the after parties which are likely to run on into the early hours.
If you choose to stay in and around London before/after the event, why not head to some of the city’s interesting museums, world-class restaurants or indulge in a spot of shopping in the capital’s malls and high street shops?
Eastern Electrics Festival will take place on August 3 – 4, 2019.
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