Preview: Hospitality In The Dock - 30/3/18

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Hospitality is back again for round two of their all day celebration at the prestigious Tobacco Dock. The world’s leading drum & bass brand returns on the Friday of the Easter Bank Holiday to give the ravers the best start to their weekend.

Leading on from the success of last year’s debut show at Tobacco Dock, Hospitality this year have teamed up with LWE for another full spectrum bass showcase at one of the capital's most iconic and versatile venues for what’s set to be a spectacular day.

In the grade 1 listed venue with 4 stages, the line up sees Hospital Records' big hitters return to the Dock for a showcase of rhythms, bass, energy and good vibes; with some very special guests thrown into the mix for good measure.

Camo & Krooked are welcomed back for their first headline Hospitality spot in London for over 2 years! They’ll be purveying their signature production prowess through an electrifying DJ set following the recent launch of new label ‘Mosiak’ and album under the same name.

Hospital label head-honcho London Elektricity will be performing an increasingly rare DJ set and will be joined by BBC Radio 1 resident Metrik, plus everyone’s favourite member of roller royalty S.P.Y. Drum & Bass’s hottest new act Kings Of The Rollers will be doing their thing and everyone’s favourite young-guns Keeno & Whiney will also be rolling out the goodness flying the flag for Med School Music. 

Hospitality takes pride in showcasing the full spectrum of D+B at their events; and to do so they’ve inducted the likes of Budapest based neurofunk powerhouse Eatbrain and Drum & Bass’, very own princes of darkness Therapy Sessions to bring the thunder in The Carpark. 

Leading the charge in the underground lair will be Bad Company UK, returning once more to the Dock to devastate the dance floor. Break & Killbox (Audio & Ed Rush) will also be set to unleash hell alongside an incredibly hyped Benny L B2B Voltage set with the iconic MC Bassman. 

To help take things back to our roots, Jungle Jam will also be returning to the Little Gallery. Bringing with them original junglist Congo Natty and grand dub master Mala there is set to be some serious schooling in all things roots and jungle. Randall with a ‘History Lesson’, Mickyfinn B2B Aphrodite to celebrate 30 years of the duo and DJ Krust will be rolling out a ‘Warhead era classics’ set.

We'll definitely be in attendance. If you fancy spending your Easter weekend amongst the madness, make sure you grab your tickets here

Mike PattemoreComment