1234 Shoreditch Festival

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The 1234 Shoreditch Festival is a one day music event in London. With over 50 bands playing over 4 stages, it is a great event to discover new music and see new bands in their rawest form.

Rumours

Unconfirmed reports state the the event may take place on Saturday 13th July 2013.

Lineup

2013 TBA.

Vibe

This festival is suitable for fans of contemporary rock, indie, electro and similar sub generes. Record store fans and fans of independent and genre specific music press make up a large percentage of the audience.

Before and after the festival, there is always an array of pre and after parties darted around London, showcasing bands and giving attendees a feel for the festivals intended mood.

When attending the festival itself, Several reviews have suggested the tents, as opposed to the stages, are where the best bands and acoustic set up can be heard.

The festival has quite an underground following and the selection of bands attacts anything from high fashion teens, to garage band fans in their 30’s - 40's.

Stages and other entertainment

There are almost 50 acts and DJ’s spread across four stages.As off 2011, the four stages are The Noisey Main Stage, The Rouge Trade Shops & Beat Magazine Stage, The Artrocker New Band Stage and The Bad Life Dance Stage, many of the stages open around 11:00/12:00 with all stages closing at 10.00pm.

There is not much choice of entertainment away from the music, but with 50 carefully selected bands to see, there is no reason for attendees to want for anything else.

Like many London day festivals, there is also much hype surrounding the after parties, with 2011’s after parties took place in various venues such as Dalston Superstore and El Paso, where festival wristband holders get discounts and special drink deals.

Tickets

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VIP

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Children

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Disability Access

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Weather

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Location

Shoreditch Park is located in Hoxton, in the London Borough of Hackney. The festival entrance is on the corner of Mintern Street and Pitfield Street.

Local Information

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Travel

By Train/Tube: The nearest tube stations are Old Street (Northern Line) / Angel (Northern Line). Old Street also serves as a National Rail station which is useful for those outside of London to know.

By Local Bus/Coach:Local buses that pass close to the park are bus services: 43, 55, 205, 214, 271 and 243.

For those outside of London opting to travel in by coach, visit the websites for National Express Coaches or Megabus, then you will need to get the tube from whichever London coach stop you arrive at.

By Plane: For anybody joining from abroad, the closest aiports are London City Airport and Heathrow Airport, However if Gatwick Airport is your only option in, it's best to check the National Rail website for train details into London.

Accommodation

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What to wear

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Camping

As this is a one day festival, there is no camping but there are plenty of hostels and hotels to stay at in and around London.

Some of the closest ones are:

+The Hoxton + London City (Old Street) Premier Inn + Errol St. YMCA

Probably the cheapest stay around the area is the YMCA accommodation on Errol St. Just a short walk from the festival and for B&B twin rooms are just £34 a night.

Site Information

Visitors must be aware that there are no cash machines on site, but card and cash back is available at all bars.

Food and drink

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Trading

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Perform at the festival

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Volunteer or work

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Drugs and security

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Stream online

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Trivia

The 1234 Shoreditch was created by Sean McLusky in 2007. The first edition of the one day festival was held in the Shoreditch Park, London and had an attendance of 13,000. The organisers of this one of its kind festival in East London were inspired by the unique culture and attitude hat has built up in the district over the years. With a balanced line up of both new and emerging acts as well as ground-breaking artists, the 1234 showcases the area's musical triumphs and innovation.

Past lineups

2012 Acts confirmed to appear so far include Arrows Of Love, Black Mouth, Bleeding Heart Narrative, Dead Wolf Club, Dirty Beaches and many more.

2011: Black Lips, Special Guest DJ, The Raveonettes, Tim Burgess, Lydia Lunch, The King Blues, Delia DJ, Damo Suzuki, Steve Morell DJ, Special Guest Headline, History Of Apple Pie, Warm Brains, Toy, Peepholes, Patent Saints,Zombie Nation, Bad Life DJs, Arnaud Rebotini, Autokratz, NT89, full details of line-up click here

Past line-up's can be found here.