Hospitality In The Park, Hospital Records Drum & Bass event in London

Hospital Records hosted their first ever Hospitality In The Park last weekend, a giant event in London celebrating the best in drum and bass music.

On the 24th September Hospital Records presented their first outdoor UK drum & bass event, marking their first step up from their massively popular drum & bass BBQ events. With 7 stages and over 50 acts the day was a hit for ravers, fans, and artists alike.

Hosted by Hospital’s events brand Hospitality, known around the world for their incredible music events, in Finsbury Park in London the day saw incredible performances from major acts like High Contrast and Modestep, to smoother flavours like Gentleman’s Dub Club who we got an interview with – check it out.

With the finest DJs providing the noise, 7 stages to choose from, fair ground rides, and a selection of renowned food vendors and hand picked craft beer there was something to please every drum & bass head. One Hospitality lover I spoke to at HitP said how amazing it was to see how far Hospital Records have come, adding: “It just goes to show there’s so many talented artists under Hospitality to [be able to] make this happen.”

Hospitality In The Park transformed Finsbury Park, London into a drum & bass dream for a dayHospitality In The Park transformed Finsbury Park, London into a drum & bass dream for a day

Whilst Hospitality In The Park 2016 is over we can’t wait to see what else Hospitality have to offer with their new scope and opportunities that came with Hospitality In The Park. Meanwhile Hospitality are holding loads of drum & bass nights at venues across the country, find out everything you need to know here: www.hospitalitydnb.com.

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