VIDEO: Garage and ‘old skool’ rave legends heading to Hertfordshire

17:23 31 March 2014

DJ Luck and MC Neat at Flava Bar

DJ Luck and MC Neat at Flava Bar


Garage fans and ‘old skool’ ravers in Hertfordshire are in for a treat later this month.

Slipmatt at Flava BarSlipmatt at Flava Bar

For two legendary acts will be gracing the wheels of steel at Stevenage’s Flava Bar on the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

First up on Saturday, April 19, DJ Luck and MC Neat will be returning with two-step garage anthems.

Then on Easter Sunday (April 20) an all night rave will ensue, when “the undisputed godfather of rave”, Slipmatt, breezes into town with a two-hour “old skool classics set”.

Also on the bill at the Easter eggstravaganza, which runs from 9pm to 3.30am, will be Geoff ‘Big Drum’, Nelson B back-to-back with Mr Brains and DJ Paul Da Kutt.

• Flava Bar, The Plaza, Town Square, Stevenage, SG1 1PF. Tickets: click here


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