Lovebox announces line ups for After Dark parties

The rave continues at various venues in East London after the main festival.

Becca Frankland

Date published: 17th May 2016

Image: Village Underground Credit: Harry Telfer

Don't think that the party is over once you've indulged in performances from LCD Soundsystem, Major Lazer and Diplo at this year's Lovebox festival in Victoria Park - gear up for the After Dark parties, hosted by some of East London's leading venues on both Friday 15th and Saturday 16th July. 

Sets from Paul Woolford, Flava D, Craig Richards, Ricardo Villalobos, Goldie and many more will take you right through until the early hours of the morning at fabric, Oval Space, Village Underground and Mangle (formerly The Laundry).  

Tickets for the after parties are available from the links below.

 

Friday 15th July

After Dark with Groove Control at Oval Space

Goldie

Preditah

CASSisDEAD

DJ Luck & MC Neat

Siobhan Bell

Larry Sun

Ramsay

10pm – 6am

 

Friday 15th July

After Dark with Krankbrother at Village Underground

Paul Woolford

Tom Trago

William Kouam Djoko

Cinnaman

Krankbrother

10pm – 4am

 

Friday 15th July

After Dark with Magic and Medicine at Mangle

Hannah Wants

Riton

Special guests My Nu Leng

10pm – 4am

 

Friday 15th July

After Dark with fabriclive – Flava D fabriclive88 CD launch at fabric

Room 1

Flava D

D Double E

Elijah & Skilliam

DJ Q

Royal-T

Holy Goof

Room 2

Justin Martin

Matt Jam Lamont

Billy Kenny

Icarus

11pm – 7am 

 

Saturday 16th July

After Dark with Percolate at Oval Space

George FitzGerald

Deetron

Ghost Culture

Krywald & Farrer 

Fold

10pm – 6am

 

Saturday 16th July

After Dark with Spacestation at Village Underground

Joey Negro

Crazy P (DJ set)

PBR Streetgang

Bill Brewster B2B Ray Mang

10pm – 4am

 

Saturday 16th July

After Dark at fabric

Room 1

Craig Richards

Ricardo Villalobos

Zip

Magic Mountain High - Live

Room 2

Terry Francis

Jackmaster

Robert James

11pm – 11am

 

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