Land Of Kings 2011

Thursday 28th to Friday 29th April 2011
various venues in the East End, London, N16 8BH, England MAP
early bird £10 for both days
last updated: Wed 27th Apr 2011

Land Of Kings returns on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th April. The event will be based on the Dalston/Stoke Newington borders, London, the festival connects a selection of venues with some of the areas artists, DJs, promoters and labels.

Line-up

Live acts: Ghostpoet, Mums Of Death, Ragga Twins, Bleeding Heart Narrative, Brassroots, Django Django, Visions of Trees, D/R/U/G/S, and Gwilym Gold.
DJ sets: 2manyDJs, Hyponik, Funkineven, Om, Unit, Eeek, Empire, Soul Jazz Soundsystem, Wild Geese, Romy XX, Idjut Boys, Rory Phillips, Sam Farahmand, James Yuill, Shut Up & Dance and Hannah Holland.
Expect everything from electro-disco rave-ups to bass-heavy vibes via locally-sourced showcases courtesy of Moshi Moshi, Girlcore, Say Yes, Batty Bass, Brownswood and Clash Magazine.

This year also sees an ever-expanding arts programme, with special commissions and exhibits by some of the area's finest. Hackney Film Festival curates a night of shorts whilst warehouse-theatre specialists Stoke Newington International Airport present a wedding-inspired cabaret, including Kate Middleton striptease by international burlesque star Agent Lynch. Elsewhere, a post-war bunker becomes the location for 'Prince William Hill' – an interactive games parlour and, around another corner, the WI's hippest incarnation, Dalston Darlings give a modern twist to all things English.

Tickets

Early Bird 2-day tickets are priced from £10. To buy tickets, click here.

The festival wristband will grant access to some of Dalston's best-loved venues, including the RIO Cinema, Arcola Theatre, Vortex Jazz Club, The Alibi, The Nest and Moustache Bar alongside a host of secret hideaways to be found.

Theatres, basement bars, clubs and pubs, cafes and warehouse spaces will host over a kilometre of locally sourced festival fun and provide the backdrop for a good old East End knees up. Guests will be able to dine on a regal banquet laid on by a host of carefully selected concessions as well as special discounts in local Turkish restaurants for festival-goers. Or can stop off for brew in London Fields Radio's pop-up studio/cafe.

More information will be here when available.

Thursday 28th to Friday 29th April 2011
various venues in the East End, London, N16 8BH, England MAP
early bird £10 for both days
last updated: Wed 27th Apr 2011


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