Lovelife San Diego is throwing their third-annual Star Wars themed boat-party during Comic Con and will feature Stimming (Live) and Henry Saiz.
The party, appropriately deemed ‘Episode XII: A New Boat’, will take place aboard the Hornblower Inspiration for an open-air rooftop day-party on the beautiful San Diego waterfront. Artists from past years include Soul Clap, Nick Monaco and Audiofly.
This will be the highly-successful production company’s 64th event since their founding in 2011 by Jon Dadon and Jimbo James.
Glastonbury has revealed a massive line-up for the Silver Hayes Dance Village.
We’ll see the coming together of Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream and Seth Troxler again for their JESuS showcase, with other highlights including Ben UFO, Four Tet (pictured), George FitzGerald, Dark Sky, Prosumer, Craig Richards and Apollonia.
They join the already announced line-up featuring Kanye West, The Chemical Brothers and Run The Jewels.
For more information head to the Glastonbury website and you can check out the full Silver Hayes line-up below.
So why the crush? Maybe because the amount of space dedicated to our music is slowly diminishing. We seem to lose a couple of good venues every year; most recently in London Crucifix Lane fell victim to the expansion of London Bridge station, and Plastic People also closed earlier in the year. In tandem with the dwindling number of clubs, there has been an outright increase in people wanting to party to electronic music; Londoners, people from the rest of the UK and foreign visitors all pack themselves in to the Capital every weekend to get their fill – and, of course, the clubs need to cater for them. But at what cost? It’s always a temptation for promoters of a popular night to go over-capacity sometimes, and not just through greed: it’s hard to turn away people who are just desperate to experience a great line-up, and not everyone has the heart. But by letting too many people in they diminish the experience for everyone. Not only are many young people in London forced to live in cramped, overpriced and often sub-standard rental accommodation, more often than not, they’re forced to rave in these conditions, too!