Lovebox Weekender 2011

Lovebox Weekender 2011 - Groove Armada
Photo credit: Chris Mathews

Lovebox Weekender 2011

Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July 2011
Victoria Park, London, E9 7BT, England MAP
£99 Weekend; Friday £28.50; Saturday/Sunday £48.50
Last updated: Mon 11th Jul 2011

Lovebox offers three days of DJ sets and live PAs from club and radio DJs mixed with bands, and acoustic performers on a main stage, and nine smaller venues.

The Lovebox Weekender returns to Victoria Park on Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July 2011.

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Snoop Dogg & The Dogg Pound headlines and features Death Row heavy weights Warren G, Kurupt and Daz Dillinger performing the 'Doggystyle' album. Also confirmed are Groove Armada present Red Light, Seth Troxler, Scissor Sisters, Jessie J, Beth Ditto, Santigold, Ziggy Marley, 2manydjs, Blondie, Robyn, and Kelis, Flying Lotus, Hudson Mohawke, Marc Almond, Katy B, Fenech-Soler, The Phoenix Foundation, The Drums, Robyn, Kelis, The Wombats, Example, Metronomy, Beardyman, Lykke Li, Ame, Sebo K, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Appleblim, Floating Points, Dry The River, Skream, Plastician, Ms Dynamite, Roll Deep, DJ Zinc & MC Tippa, Kode 9, Ed Banger, Busy P, SebastiAn, Cassius, Carte Blanche (DJ Mehdi & Riton), Uffie, High Contrast, David Rodigan, London Elektricity (featuring Elsa Esmerelda), Danny Byrd, Netsky, Shy FX, Camo & Krooked, and more. For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available please click here.

The 40-acre site will also feature new acts, performers, stage sets and special effects from all over the world for what promises to be a carnival of anarchic entertainment.


A full three day ticket is priced at £99, a 2 day (Friday + Saturday) ticket is priced at £65, or £87.50 for Saturday + Sunday. Day tickets are priced and £28.50 for Friday, and £48.50 for Saturday or Sunday. Under 12s go free (ID required to gain entry) - max of 4 under 12s per adult. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

To buy tickets, click here.

Getting there

Attendees are advised to use public transport as there are no parking facilities. The nearest tube is Mile End.

The venue is accessible for wheelchair users, with accessible toilets on-site. No glass bottles, no alcohol.


This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.

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