Get Ready To Indulge In The Finest Lineup
Are you ready to indulge in a fantastic lineup? You’re in the right place because Indulge Festival is here to kick off your summer right with a huge line up of cutting edge house, minimal, and tech talents on Sunday, May 1st. It is coming up fast! It takes place in the beautiful Gloucester Park, Basildon with Richy Ahmed, Andre Olivia, Ben Sterling, Latmun, Detlef, Wheats, Lauren Lo Sung, Marcelina Wix, and more to come. The venue has a great location as it is just 35 mins from Fenchurch Street, 15 mins from Southend and a 10 min walk from the station so is easily accessible and a perfect way to party this May Bank Holiday. Sign up no for early access to tickets at https://signup.
This is the HOTTEST new dance music festival that includes three amazing stages. Each one is unique in its own look and feel. Indulge is Essex’s hottest new dance music festival across three superbly designed stages. Each one has its own look and feels. There will be immersive production, next-level sound, and plenty of electric lasers that will bring something unique to the region in early summer. The location is Gloucester Park in Basildon, which is an urban neighbourhood park that opened in 1957 and offers a taste of the British countryside with a vast fishing lake and plenty of lush green trees. Sounds like a dream!
This is a spectacular one day event that will showcase the very best of underground electronic music. First up, is Ibiza favourite and Set Four Twenty boss Richy Ahmed. He always brings the up front house. Then comes another tech house innovator in Andre Olivia, and Ben Sterling who does it all from electro to disco, Chicago house to Detroit techno. Next up is previous DJ Mag award winner Latmun with his razor sharp tech, plus ViVA and Moon Harbour man Detlef as well as more from Wheats, who has been hotly tipped by the main man Jamie Jones as one of 2022’s stars to watch thanks to his unique house sound, plus Lauren Lo Sung and Marcelina Wick.
This is just phase one, with much more to come, so keep your eyes peeled and sign up sharpish for limited capacity tickets.