New year, new venue, new capacity. Trent Park, London hosted Elrow Town for its third edition. It’s foreseeable that the biggest Elrow event to date, hosting 25,000 festival goes with a draw-dropping lineup, sells out before the big weekend.
The festival boasted its trademark array of colourful scenery, dramatic actors and interesting stages. There was no corner of this year’s site spared, filled fence-to-fence with entertainment to get lost in. It’s not surprising that the likes of Jamie Jones, Michael Bibi, Erick Morillo, Alan Fitzpatrick (to name a few) were wanting to keep their diaries free for this years edition of Elrow Town.
Taking on a new venue with a considerably larger capacity is not a small feat by any means, the festivals internet unfortunately went down, which had an effect on the services offered, notably when purchasing drinks tokens. Luckily, LWE, the festival organisers, arranged adequate amount of cash points which were near the entrance for those who didn’t bring enough cash with them. Internet aside, from entrance to toilets, you cannot fault the incredible logistical effort put into all other aspects of this large festival.
We cannot wait for next year.
Photo credit: Luke Dyson + Lawrence Jones
Following the sold-out elrow Town London extravaganza, which saw over 50 DJ’s lead party-goers through a wacky inflatable-filled immersive haven, elrow can now reveal their next London outing. Taking place on Sunday 3rd November 2019, Horroween will bring a world of derelict haunted houses, disturbing dancefloors, and petrifying graveyards to London’s newest multi-venue warehouse, The Drumsheds. Exciting electronic music will push party vibes to another dimension amidst swirling confetti, a host of party zombies, fleeing priests and monsters, across the 10 hour show.
August 30, 2019