LED Festival announces Cream Arena

headlined by Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso

published: Fri 28th May 2010

around the festival site (late night clubbers)

Friday 27th to Saturday 28th August 2010
Victoria Park, London, E9 7BT, England MAP
both days £70, or one day £40
last updated: Wed 25th Aug 2010

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and more for London's LED Festival taking place at Victoria Park on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th August 2010.

L.E.D Festival has announced Cream will be hosting their own arena on Friday 27th August headlined by two of Sweden's biggest exports Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso. Axwell will be bringing his 'Heart' Show performance. Devised, designed and built in Sweden, Axwell's spectacular LED 'Heart' based around his logo stands at 6m high and 5m wide, the aluminium frame contains LED lamps whilst the inside is able to project visuals synced with Axwell's specially composed tracks with the 'Heart' in mind.

Axwell says, "I want to bring something to the table, and give something back to the fans that give me so much love at my parties. They are the ones that allow me to continue to do what I love. Music."

Also joining the line-up on Friday is AfroJack, Kim Fai, AN21, and Max Vangeli, with will be South African's Die Antwoord added to the Saturday bill.

These new additions will be joining the likes of David Guetta, Leftfield, Soulwax, Goldfrapp, Calvin Harris and Aphex Twin. For the line-up details click here.

Tickets are available now at the earlybird price of £37.50 for either day (full price £40), or £65 for both days (full price £70).
Tickets can be bought from here.

The event will run from 2pm til 10.45pm on the Friday, and midday until 10.45pm on the Saturday, with the last admittance at 9.30pm on either day.
Note: LED Festival is an 18 plus event.

Leftfield

Friday 27th to Saturday 28th August 2010
Victoria Park, London, E9 7BT, England MAP
both days £70, or one day £40
last updated: Wed 25th Aug 2010


latest on this festival

Deadmau5 in Victoria Park 2011
photo galleries
last updated: Mon 13th Jun 2011