Extalgic - CANCELLED 2011

Friday 8th to Sunday 10th July 2011
Hainault Forest Country Park, London, England MAP
£90 with camping
Last updated: Mon 4th Jul 2011

Extalgic has been cancelled.

Extalgic - The collaborative Music Festival, happens from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th July 2011, at Hainault Forest Country Park, in London.


Latest additions are Ledfoot (Friday), Dev (Saturday), Ebony Steel Band (Sunday), and Ukulele Mike all weekend.

Main Stage
Friday: The Selecter, Ben Sharpa (South Africa, Plastician (Formly Plastic Man), Rossi B And Luca Presenting Dream, Spencer Kennedy, Tankus The Henge.

Saturday: DJ Yoda, Ag Dolla, Allie Moss, The Penny Black Remedy, The Mad Staring Eyes, Skinny Lister, Sol Ruiz (USA).

Sunday: Imagination, Jme, Aeon Zen, Celt Islam, Sasa Music (TBC), and Jontom (Italy).

The Hardcore & D'n'B Arena
DJ Gammer, Energize, DJ Sy, Burn & Turbo, Billy Bunter, DJ Limit, DJ Denzo, MC Whizzkid, DJ Clint Larner, Lloyd, Al Storm, MC Storm, Sc@r & Uplift, MC Tempo, Hardcore Hopkins, Chrissy, Scott Fallon, MC Wotsee, miDJe, Twitchi, DJ Villian, Wilfee-c, MC 3Flow, DJ Ripps, DJ Monk-E, DJ Renegade, MC Skatty, Donovan, Edge MC, Vincen, and MC Offside.

More info

Extalgic The collaborative Music Festival is a Jam festival so in addition to headliners and the normal stuff we'll be asking people to bring their instruments to explore each others music.


Tickets are priced at £90 for the weekend. A Friday night only ticket is priced at £25. A Saturday or Sunday day ticket is priced at £35 for either day.

On site

Extalgic has a weekend capacity of 20,000 (5,000 camping) and will be inviting thousands of musicians, singers, dancers, DJs, producers and muses to bring their instruments and performance to our 3 day music making experience. We have headliners, talks, open mics and decks, fun mass jams and more. As a Jam Festival it offers the freedom to play and thousands to play with.

More information will be here when available.

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Extalgic - CANCELLED 2011
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last updated: Mon 4th Jul 2011