More names announced to play Docklands

It will be the South-Coast's biggest inner-city festival with Andy C, Patrick Topping and more.

Becca Frankland

Last updated: 28th Jun 2019

Image: Docklands

Docklands Fest will make its debut at Hoglands Park in Southampton on Saturday 28th September.

It will be the South-Coast's biggest inner-city festival, with 10,000 people, 50 DJs and four stages. 

The line up announcement features man of the moment Patrick Topping, drum n bass tastemaker Andy C, plus party starters My Nu Leng who are joined by Dread MC

The line up also boasts ABODE favourite GW Harrison, hip hop and bassline hero Nathan Dawe and Kiss FM regular Majestic

New additions include techno titan Alan Fitzpatrick, dance stalwart Pete Tong, drum n bass hero Wilkinson and eclectic selector Jaguar Skills

Find Docklands Fest tickets below. 

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Pre Release Ticket £28.00
(£25.00 + bf)
TICKET SOLD OUT
First Release Ticket £33.50
(£30.00 + bf)

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