Eastern Electrics 2014 big line-up announcement due

13:33 06 April 2014

Eastern Electrics

Eastern Electrics


Organisers of electronic dance music festival Eastern Electrics 2014 are set to reveal more of the line-up due to appear at Hatfield House this summer.

Eastern Electrics 2014 line-up so far

* Art Department

* Ellen Allien

* Kerri Chandler

* Route 94

* Tania Vulcano

* tINI

The underground house and techno extravaganza is scheduled to place in the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home on Saturday, August 2.

The 2014 festival in Hatfield Park will be an all-day event, having been a three-day, two-night rave at Knebworth Park last summer.

Art Department, Ellen Allien, Kerri Chandler, Route 94, Tania Vulcano and tINI have already been confirmed for EE2014, with more than 30 acts still to be announced.

Eastern Electrics promoters will confirm more of the bill this week.

Eastern Electrics 2014 festival will take place at Hatfield HouseEastern Electrics 2014 festival will take place at Hatfield House

An email to festival mailing list subscribers said: “We’ve got a few BIG announcements on April 8th – save the date!”

The various dance DJs will entertain revellers across seven bespoke stages in Hatfield Park, with music running from 11am until 10pm.

* For pictures of last year’s festival at Knebworth, visit our Eastern Electrics gallery here.

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