Summer of Love is back once again this year after an epic debut in 2021.
Another 1000 people are expected to turn up to the new location of Northamptons Aquadrome. There will be five stages of music all with carefully curated line-ups and unique themes and plenty of food, bars and fun fair rides.
It is set to be an authentic one day celebration of UK dance music culture from across the ages on September 17th with a great line-up. Here we look at five of the best acts to catch.
Supefreq label head Mr C is a UK dance icon. He has topped the charts as well as soundtracking the underground and brings future take on tech, acid and house whiners he plays. This is his event so expect him to be in the finest form.
Few early house records didn’t have the voice of Robert Owens on. The Chicago man has a sultry vocal style that has defined deep house for many years and he still brings thematic when he plays now.
An early resident at London’s Fabric, Eddie Richards is a definitive tech house talent who knows how to play razor sharp grooves and lock you in for days . He never pays heed to fads or trends, instead keeping it real every time.
Terry Farley has been at the heart of the UK’s underground for decades. He was a soul boy then an acid house head and now plays reliable sets informed by years of dancing. He has also produced some of his own killer tunes along the way as well as being one of Boy’s Own, so do not miss.
This man is a real synth wizard and drum machine don. He knows how to cook up the most electric and scintillating sounds with his array of hardware and never fails to blow the minds of the tech fans who flock to see him. Do not miss.