Eastern Electrics 2014 at Hatfield House in pictures

09:49 04 August 2014

Eastern Electrics 2014 (Picture: Marc Sethi)

Eastern Electrics 2014 (Picture: Marc Sethi)


Dance music fans flocked to Hatfield House on Saturday for the return to Hertfordshire of Eastern Electrics.

Uniting 10,000 party people from around the UK and beyond the festival, which was held at Knebworth Park last year, celebrated an electronic music scene that has never been so strong.

A spokeswoman said: “The sun shone as revered international selectors spanning bass, house, techno, disco and all realms of electronic music joined the Eastern Electrics family across seven stages at the picturesque Hatfield House.”

Since 2007 Eastern Electrics has grown from one of the most respected underground parties to one of the UK’s premier underground club brands.

The spokeswoman added: “Firmly cementing its place in the UK festival calendar, Eastern Electrics Festival 2014 has been a prime example of summer magic one of its most memorable parties to date.”

Eastern Electrics 2014 (Picture: Paul Christian)Eastern Electrics 2014 (Picture: Paul Christian)

• Click the gallery top right of this story for pictures of this year’s festival.


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