Patrick Topping & more to play 360 degree stage at Assemble Kent this July

The Trick label boss will perform live on the brand-new wrap-around stage system, providing an unparalleled and intimate festival experience like no other this year

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 21st Apr 2021

One of the first restriction-free festival events set to take place over the summer this year, Assemble Kent plan to introduce a brand-new 360-degree stage system, bringing fans closer to some of the UK's most in-demand electronic names.

Comprised of the highest quality in sound, light, and visuals, the Crowd In Console Stage System will allow festival revelers to surround live performing DJs on a series of dance platforms, creating a unique and intimate dance experience that many other festivals fail to achieve.

Headlining the bill of artists set to launch the incredible new stage system, on Saturday 3rd July 2021, is internationally renowned tech-house kingpin and Trick head-honcho - Patrick Topping.

The Newcastle native, who's achieved global success through his own highly regarded record label, and with huge tracks such as 'Be Sharp Say Nowt' and 'Turbo Time', will put the booming sound system to work with support from Melé, the face of Liverpool's Club Bad imprint, and rising house star, Summer Ghemati.

Join 2,500 fellow ravers inside the county town of Kent’s award-winning Mote Park, in Maidstone, this July, and be the first to witness and experience the all-new Crowd In Console Stage System.

Priority discount tickets will be made available to those who have signed up to the festivals mailing list, on Tuesday 27th April at 6 PM.

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