Eastern Electrics 2014 festival early bird tickets for Hatfield sell out

Eastern Electrics Festival 2013 at Knebworth Park [Picture: Marc Sethi]

Eastern Electrics Festival 2013 at Knebworth Park [Picture: Marc Sethi]

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Early bird tickets for an electronic dance music festival taking place in Hatfield this summer have sold out.

Eastern Electrics 2014 line-up so far

* Art Department

* Ellen Allien

* Kerri Chandler

* Route 94

* Tania Vulcano

* tINI

Underground deep house and techno extravaganza Eastern Electrics 2014 will entertain revellers in Hatfield Park this summer.

The festival has moved to the grounds of Hatfield House from nearby Hertfordshire stately home Knebworth House and will take place on Saturday, August 2.

It will be a one-day event, featuring more than 30 DJs and various stages, with music running from 11am until 10pm.

Early bird tickets for the festival sold out in under 72 hours and phase two tickets are now available for £39.50.

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

A mailing list email from Eastern Electrics organisers said: “Thanks to everyone for their support so far, those early birds sold out in under 72 hours!

“We’ve now released phase 2 tickets for only £39.50, but we’re not expecting them to last long either, so get in there early to avoid disappointment.”

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.

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