That period between new year and Easter can be a particularly bleak and predictably monotonous stretch of grey skies, low temperatures and empty diaries. You could be forgiven for feeling a little bit blue. But there’s no need to feel glum. We’ve looked into our crystal ball and see a bright and colourful future. Not-so-far away, we see scenes full of sunshine, chaos, fancy dress and house music. Summer is on the horizon - and so is elrow Town. Yipee!
After the success of 2019, elrow Town London returns to Trent Park for another one-dayer cram-packed with action. Since last year’s edition, feathery mascot Rowgelia has been on a voyage around the world to capture some wonders for you all to see. Her finds include bearded mermaids, snow-capped yetis, Romany fortune tellers and a whole host of freaks for her circus roadshow. Characters aside, she has also taken inspiration from the landscape of her travels and relayed this to elrow Town’s planners, who are busy assembling brand new stage designs to host some new themes. Think desert sand dunes, icy tundras and isolated hippie communes, all with an added sprinkling of elrow magic dust.
On top of all the lively aesthetics that give elrow Town such a vibrant identity, of course we can dismiss the soundtrack. Last year’s festival saw the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Erick Morillo, CamelPhat Heidi, Detlef and Michael Bibi all do their thing, which should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect musically at this year’s edition. Essentially, it’s going to be tech house heaven.
The 10-hour non-stop party is set for Saturday 22nd August
Organisers LWE have a pedigree for operational excellence, high-end production, well-crafted line-ups and immersive worlds. If you’re a fan of their elrow UK shows, then you’ll definitely be interested in their high-tech, futuristic Sphere series which is currently midway through a five party programme at Magazine - London’s newest clubbing destination.
Fans of the high-tempo tech house sound commonly found at elrow parties across the world should no further than the Sphere closing party on Saturday 21st March. Featuring Skream, Patrick Topping, Méle and more TBA, it will round-off the inaugural season with a mayhem filled 8-hours from 14:00 until 22:00. What better way to get you in the mood for elrow Town?
2nd release and Group saver tickets are on sale now.