Lovebox - London's Bohemian Dance Music Love-In
Ever fantasised about stepping back in time to attend a famous
festival like Woodstock? Lucky for you, this easy-going East London event captures the spirit of idealism and love, becoming
one of the most sought-after bohemian blow-outs on the live music calendar.
Taking place July 18th - 19th 2014, the
weekender is set to feature a horde of terrific acts including dubstep trailblazers Chase and Status and hip hop hero Nas
as well as The Horrors, Annie Mac, M.I.A and much more. What are you waiting for? Grab Lovebox tickets at StubHub UK and soak
up the good vibes.
Lovebox - Bigger and Better Every Year
One of the premier dance music parties in the
UK, this unique gathering has been charming laid-back electro listeners since 2005. When it first set out, the aim of the
event was to blend the cool East London clubbing experience of cult venue 93 Feet East with the draws of a full-scale festival
- and the popularity of this urban disco has been growing ever since. As much a feast for the eyes as the ears, party people
across the world continue to fall in love with the themed stages and dramatic decorations at clubbing capitals like Dublin
and Ibiza, where the cult of Lovebox has crossed over into resident club nights.
Located in the lavish, leafy greenery
of Victoria Park in Bethnal Green, the festival is famous for boasting a brilliant line-up of cutting edge artists every year.
In the past, acts like Florence and the Machine and Flaming Lips have graced the main stage and in 2014, revellers will be
treated to luscious sets by the likes of Katy B, The Horrors and hotly-tipped upcoming stars like the number one selling Kieza.
There are also plenty of 'After Dark' sessions for night owls that like to wind-down with a laid-back post-festival rendezvous.
Grab Lovebox tickets now at StubHub UK and let your hair down at one of the friendliest dance festivals on the planet.
Similar Live Music Festivals
After purchasing Lovebox tickets at StubHub UK, why not check out tickets for other
great bohemian festivals like Latitude or Tomorrowland?