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Arcadia Festival Day 2

  • Sun 6th May 2018, 12:00 – Sun 6th May 2018, 22:30
  • Queen Elizabeth Park, QEP, Stratford, Stratford, London E20 2ST
Ticket type Price B/F Quantity
5th Release
18 + // No ID No Entry
£55.00 £5.50

Subtotal: £0.00

Event Information

Line-up /
Rudimental (DJ Set)
Noisia (Closing (dj set))
TQD (Royal T, DJ Q, Flava D)
Coki & Mala (Digital Mystikz)
Preditah B2B Bassboy
Ed Solo B2B Serial Killaz
Dre Skull & Jubilee (Mixpak Showcase)
DJ Vadim
ALSO FEATURING: Metamorphosis show

Delta Heavy
Bad Company UK (DJ set)
Calyx & Teebee B2B The Upbeats
Chords B2B Bensley
Culture Shock
Ed Rush & Optical
Killbox (Ed Rush & Audio)
Loadstar B2B DC Breaks B2B Mind Vortex
Rene LaVice
MCs: 2SHY MC, Daxta MC, LX One, Messy MC, Ryme Tyme


This May Day Bank Holiday weekend, Arcadia makes its hugely anticipated London debut at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Two incredible 360 degree immersive worlds will be the newest additions to London’s skyline, including a never before seen indoor experience. 

Sunday 6th of May detonates a day of seismic bass from across the spectrum. Chart topping Londoners Rudimental are masters of the euphoric, uplifting dancefloor, with a string of crossover hits and wide ranging critical acclaim under their belts. Joining them is the musical particle accelerator that is Noisia and the phenomenal trio of Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D aka TQD. Preditah and Bassboy make their debut Arcadia appearance, as does Dre Skull and Jubilee who will be juggling the freshest cuts of bass music, hip hop, conceptual electronica and futurist RnB. Completing the lineup on the spider will be dubstep pioneers Coki and Mala (Digital Mystikz), turntablist extraordinaire DJ Vadim, whilst the ragamuffin jungle flavours will come courtesy of Ed Solo and Serial Killaz.

The Sunday will also feature a RAM records showcase as the legendary drum n bass label hijack Arcadia's molten world to bring the mayhem! Highlights include Delta Heavy, Bad Company UK (DJ set), Calyx & Teebee, Ed Rush & Optical and Killbox.

The highlight on both nights of Arcadia's biggest ever production will be the world famous Metamorphosis show. Fusing spine tingling theatre, high octane circus and the full Arcadia creative spectrum - it makes its highly anticipated London debut this May. There truly is no other show on earth like it.

Details of a second 360 degree immersive venue (hosted by RAM) alongside the iconic 50 tonne Spider are still top secret, but it will be covered, allowing for a fully blacked out explosion of sound, light and performance from early in the afternoon. With more artists, installations and production details still to be announced, the show at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be the only opportunity to experience Arcadia in the UK this year. 

Tickets: https://www.arcadialondon.co.uk/
T&Cs: http://www.lwe.events/terms-and-conditions