London’s Waterworks Festival returns after 2021’s success

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Waterworks returns to Gunnersbury Park, London on Sunday 17th with a heavyweight lineup that explores the far far reaching dimensions of the electronic landscape.

Waterworks invites a hefty bill of established names and important ones to watch to join for 2022, with Amaliah, Batu, Ben UFO, SPFDJ, Angel D’lite, Moxie, Club Fitness, Digital Mystikz (Mala & Coki), LCY, Or:la, Skee Mask, Saoirse, Toshiki Ohta, Yazzus, Yung Singh and a slew of talent across the weekender.

Waterworks aims to build a lineup that makes space for upstart artists and fresh faces, whilst paying homage to the founders of our musical movements. The lineup is focused on showcasing London’s rich and diverse electronic musical heritage and the majority of the acts have close ties to the city.

Waterworks will span seven stages – Pressure, Siren, Cedar, Watertower, Commune, Orbit, and Hi-Hat. All will be powered by heavy-hitting soundsystems and immersive stage design across the board. A collaborative effort between London-based promoters Percolate and Bristol’s production powerhouse Team Love, Waterworks was born from a desire to bring a truly fresh festival to the London landscape bought to you by a team of experts.

Earlybird tickets for the day session start at just £37.50, and are available from here.

Check out the full line-up below.

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