elrow Town London 2019, takes place on Saturday 17th August from 12:00 – 22:00 at Trent Park, London.
And with just one month to go until we feel with eccentricity and extravagance, elrow mayor Rowberta has now sensationally revealed the full list of artists involved in the antics at elrow Town London 2019. Here we recap on the blockbuster headliners already announced, plus the exciting new names set to join us at the Trent Park extravaganza…
Artists announced so far!
Hot Creations supremo Jamie Jones stole the show during the first year of elrow Town London with two stellar performances. You guys have been calling on a return ever since, and we’re delighted that he joins us at our 2019 edition.
CamelPhat has taken the scene by storm these past few years, churning out hit record after hit record. Arriving in London with an arsenal of dancefloor bombs at their disposal, we know that the Scouse duo are bringing the firepower.
Alan Fitzpatrick is the old-school head delivering retro-references to new school audiences – and wowing them with his blistering DJ sets. Proving that education can sometimes be fun, Big Al’ will be spreading smiles at Trent Park.
Michael Bibi is a hero of London’s underground. As his career spirals to dizzying new heights, the time is right for tech house’s most influential DJ/producer of the moment to grace the craziness of elrow – and what better place than elrow Town London?
Artists just added!
A bonafide legend within the game, Erick Morillo is the first new addition. Morillo has been a recurring face at our elrow shows in Ibiza this summer, including a few stand-out open-to-close sets in Amnesia’s club room. Bringing palpable energy to the dancefloor, we expect the US star to invoke the fiercely passionate party-animal spirit in all of us.
Dutch house maverick Franky Rizardo is the next name out of the bag, bringing the big lights of Amsterdam’s underground scene to UK shores. He leads a new generation of house DJs set to take the world by storm and is ready to light up elrow Town London through the dynamism and energy of his music.
Latmun and Detlef have been a tech-house tour de force since linking up for a series of B2Bs – including some wild performances at elrow parties across Europe. But how do you top that? By adding Nathan Barato to the mix – that’s how. The three-headed beast will be bouncing off one another at Trent Park.
Flaxen-haired Canadian, Heidi will bring the bounce and bop to the stage. At the same time, legendary disco aficionado Greg Wilson will showcase his dexterous mixing style with glittering 70s pizzazz proving that age is nothing but a number. Plus, we’re adding UK underground export Dan Shake to provide some substantial credentials to the anarchy.
London duo Maze & Masters spearhead Little Gay Brother’s Rowlympic Games arena with a special disco set, alongside veteran Manchester DJ and former Hacienda resident Guy Williams and Paul Heron.
And the residents!
It wouldn’t be elrow Town without a heap of the elrow residents: De La Swing, Tini Gessler, Marc Maya and George Privatti make the hop from Barcelona to London, injecting a huge dose of fun into the mix.
Adonis host The Absolut Pink Cathedral with DJs Wes Baggaley, Jeffrey Hinton, Shay Malt, Sugarbear, John Sizzle, Helen Noir and Bimini & Barbs.
Wunderground host The Rescue Stage with DJs (A-Z) Al Gibbs, Brad Lessur, Carly Carmen, Dayl, James ID, Karter, Keith Hunter, The Menendez Brothers and Sequence.
Finally, The Kimono Brothers play a ten-hour (!) set in The Jail, hosted by Relentless.
This completes the guests, although there’s still the Firestation and the Mr. Afterparty-curated Arc de Rowomf lineup to be revealed.
This curious bunch of funsters assemble to compile the most comprehensive and top-heavy edition of elrow Town London yet! It’s going to be a riot.