Hospitality Bank Holiday BBQ at Studio 338, London

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The season of festivalling is well and truly upon us; all it takes is a peek at your favourite artist or DJ’s Snapchat Story to see Ibizan scenes, or behind the stage festival shenanigans.

One such collection is Hospital Records, who bring their Hospitality club night brand back out to showcase the finest in their world of star-studded drum & bass events.

The Hospitality Bank Holiday BBQ takes place at Studio 338 in London on the 29th August and will span a mammoth 18 hours; sensible footwear and an open mind are a prerequisite to this event, which Fortitude attended back last summer. A measly 12 hours in duration, it cowers in the face of this year; 12pm through ‘til 6am the following morning.

Artists come from far and wide, spanning the North & South American continent, across the European continent and even a few locals. Check out the full roll-call below.

 

BBQ Tick Sale FB

 

London Elektricity
S.P.Y
Metrik
Etherwood
Logistics
DJ Zinc
TC
Channel One Sound System
Youngsta (Roots Set)
SpectraSoul
Nu:Tone
MAKOTO
Krakota
DJ Mo Fingaz

LSB
Kimyan Law
NCT
Diego Torres.
Keeno
Hugh Hardie
Urbandawn
Uncle Dugs (Classic Jungle Set)
Feint
Rameses B
Ownglow
Arch Origin
Pola & Bryson
Mullett

Hosted by: Dynamite MC, MC GQ, Carasel MC, SP:MC, Script MC, MC Fava, MC Moose – Official, LowQui Mc, Ruthless MC, MC mota, and Charlotte Haining.

You can buy tickets by clicking here and watch Fred V & Grafix tearing up the place in June this year below.

 

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