What to expect from WAH at Drumsheds

Here's what you can expect from WAH's huge indoor festival at Drumsheds this weekend.

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 8th Nov 2023

This weekend on Saturday 11th November, WAH (Worried About Henry) will be hosting their biggest indoor festival ever at Drumsheds. Headlined by the one and only Andy C, it is going to be a huge night of non-stop dancing.

It will be the second edition of WAH In The City, with the first part having taken place on July 9th at Silverworks Island, featuring the likes of Chase & Status, Hedex and Hybrid Minds. If you couldn't tell by now, WAH is all about Drum and Bass.

Founded in 2014, the brand has since had roots in over 20 cities, making sure that Drum and Bass reaches every corner of the UK. They have hosted stages at some of the biggest festivals around such as Parklife and frequently have shows at the Warehouse Project. There's no one else who will have their finger on the pulse more when it comes to the genre, bringing in the legends and the new talents within Drum and Bass.


For their Drumsheds show, they have announced some amazing names including Sub Focus, Bou, Kanine and Kings Of The Rollers. Taking over all three rooms of Drumsheds, it will be one of WAH's biggest highlights in their history to date.

WAH events are known for being some of the most riotous ones around and the production around this event will make sure that the energy is felt the entire time. This is a line-up that celebrates the very best in Drum and Bass and those with tickets will be hearing it blasting out throughout Drumsheds this weekend.



Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.







Festivals 2024