Garage Nation launch outdoor festival

Titanic brand Garage Nation launch their very own festival at Streatham Common, with an unbelievable line up that includes DJ EZ, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Artful Dodger

Ben Smith

Last updated: 28th Mar 2015

Image: DJ EZ 

Providing the ultimate spectacle for bass reliant ravers, Garage Nation launches its very own festival at Streatham Common, London on Saturday 11th July

You name them, they're locked in place, with a tonne of high flying selectors and MCs splayed across five jam packed stages. 

Covering all bases, they've secured Wookie, DJ EZ (see why we love him and check him out below), DJ Luck & MC Neat and Artful Dodger at the summit of the line up. 

Continuing along the bass inflamed trajectory, Wideboys, Matt Jam Lamont, DJ Q, Norris Da Boss Windross and Flava D are just a handful of names to be summoned to the main stage controls. Logan Sama plays a 'Roots of Grime set' and DJ Cartier hosts 'The MC Showcase'.

Picking our shots at the catalogue of live performances, Majestic plays a live set, Pied Piper & Master of Ceremony relive the classic 'Do You Really Like It' and DJ Luck and MC Neat slot in with 'A Little Bit Of Luck' and 'Masterblaster' - hear out the former below. 

Occupying the 'Raving Arena', DJ and MC duo Oxide and Neutrino assert their presence, Sticky goes back to back with Scott Garcia and DJ Hatcha takes to the controls. He also doubles up with Oneman on the UKG stage and there's notable appearances coming from Marcus Nasty and Uncle Dugs.   

Providing a blast from the past, DJ Spoony heads up the Old Skool Arena backed by Double 99 and Dominic Spreadlove amongst others.

If you're not quite yet overwhelmed,there's plenty more dance floor predators tied down and primed to assert their raving authority on the all dayer. Grab your tickets here.  

To see the full line up head here and head here for the full Festival Guide. 

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