Plug and Play Festival 2011

Saturday 18th to Sunday 19th June 2011
Westbourne Studios in West London, England MAP
£5 donation per day
Last updated: Tue 31st May 2011

Plug and Play Festival is a two day Music charity event in aid of Cancer Research UK, that will be taking place in West London on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June 2011.

Doors will open at 12pm - 4am Saturday and 12pm - 12am Sunday.


Expect the weekend to be full of the UK's biggest established DJs/Artists and upcoming Artists, all in aid of giving. Some of the aritsts performing are Phil Asher, Omar, Femi Fem, Don-e, Norman Jay MBE, DJ Excallibah, DJ Spoony, Aaron Ross, DJ Aitch Bee, Zaki, Manish, DJ Raggs, DJ Krust, The Modernists, Kasai Masai, Nate James and Suga Smak, Soulpersona, Michelle Escoffrey, New Street Adventure, Noel McKoy, Segunda Geração, I Am Giant, Smith & Royal, Soulfunkion, Elesha Moses , The Manic Shine, Cecilia Stalin, Lifford Shillingford, Reel People, Geoff 'Geoffinho' Henry, Radhika, Christine Indigo, Jimmy Akingbola, Rainy And The Dust, Martin Lodge, Tom Lynch, Kadija Kamara, Nadine Marissa Charles, Marcia Ladybugz Carr, Black Crown, Ashiber and the Africa Revolution, Alex Kenning, Fazeaction, Lotus Mason, Ellia Ruli, Alonestar, Electric Boogie, Yam Who, Burning Beards, Me 1, Charles 'Brother-c' Peart, KMT, Size Doesn't Matter, DJ Thor, Simon Kurrage, Shiver, Jazz Refreshed, Adam 'Rockers' Moses, Justin 'Top Rock' Mckenzie, and DJ Bunny Bread.


Tickets are by donations, expect around £5 for each day. To buy tickets, click here.

There will be celebrity speakers in the opening and closing ceremonies. There will also be Live Graffiti art/workshops from Chrome & Black, stalls, food and films and festival fun throughout the day. The weekend will be a London festival filled atmosphere with the essence of giving, amazing music and people.

Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK is the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. They have saved millions of lives through groundbreaking work into preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. People's chances of surviving cancer have doubled in the last 40 years, and Cancer research UK has been at the heart of that progress.


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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last updated: Tue 31st May 2011