Event Alert: FOUND Festival Street Party

September 18, 2013 -

Daily Beat Staff

We're finally down to the last few days before the streets of Shoreditch are invaded by a street party that is becoming increasingly big with each year it takes place. Following on from FOUND festival at the beginning of the summer, this weekend we see two of history's greatest US house legends travel to east London for a Street Party like no other. On Saturday 21st September FOUND welcomes Detroit techno originator, Kevin Saunderson, and the 'Godfather of House Music', Frankie Knuckles, who has played an unprecedented role in revolutionising house music's journey since day dot. Support comes from the fresh talents of Voyeur and identical duo, The Menendez Brothers.


As Frankie Knuckles closes the Street Party, the doors at a nearby warehouse will be opening where the party will continue to keep party goers dancing until the sun comes up. The line-up for the after party will include Dyed SoundoromSouth London OrdnanceThe MekanismSIONCropper B2B Schumen, and Rollo!


Less than 200 Street Party tickets are left and £15 Early Bird After Party tickets have sold out, with a limited amount of £17.50 tickets remaining on sale! If you want to be part of this incredible event this weekend I suggest that you get on with buying a ticket ASAP. We will of course be covering both events, so for all of you who are unable to make it, fear not! To all of you coming along, see you in the depths of Shoreditch!




-by Sam Owers

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