Eastern Electrics 2015 festival tickets to go on sale next week

Eastern Electrics Festival 2014 at Hatfield House [Picture: Marc Sethi]

Eastern Electrics Festival 2014 at Hatfield House [Picture: Marc Sethi]


Organisers of Eastern Electrics are due to announce details of 2015’s showcase next week, with half price tickets also going on sale for loyal supporters of the dance music festival.

The underground electronic music festival took place in the grounds of Hatfield House earlier this month, with 10,000 revellers partying in the park for one day.

The previous year’s three-day and two-night event took place in Knebworth Park.

Following the success of this summer’s rave in Hatfield Park, 3,000 tickets for next year’s festival will go on sale next week via the official Eastern Electrics website.

These will be available for half price – just £29.95 – for members of the festival’s EE mailing list.

No dates for 2015’s festival have been confirmed yet.

* For more information, visit www.easternelectricsfestival.co.uk or facebook.com/easternelectrics

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