Eastern Electrics, a oneday festival situated in the heart of Hatfield, strives to offer revelers a chance to enjoy underground music in an idyllic setting with like-minded people. Following a confident few years in the running, and the announcement of an enviable line-up, this year’s festival had all the ingredients for something truly special.
With the sun shining at a hot 25 degrees Celsius, rare for a UK festival, the main stage played host to the majority of the festival, which isn’t surprising due to the unbelievable line up, did anyone else reminisce your Saturday’s down at Ushuaia?
Leaving the festival was pleasant and effortless. They really have a great location, being opposite Hatfield train station. Staff were on hand to help point you in the right direction, along with the much appreciated bottles of water they were giving to everyone on the way out of the festival.
Next year we hope to see some alterations in tent sizes, along with a larger main stage with pumping bass and clearer sound. With that said, Eastern Electrics is a testimony to how day festivals should be run.
August 15, 2016