51st State, named in honour of America's home as the roots of house, will pull together the threads of this hugely influential sound, exploring garage, disco, soul, dub, dancehall and more. Led by pioneers from Chicago, New York and beyond, the 51st State programme is truly transatlantic, joining the dots between the US, the UK and the Caribbean.
Oh say can you see, what g'wan at Festival Baby? That's right, it's a House festival, coming in your ears all the way from Cockfosters' Trent Park. Legendary promoters FOUND have put together a great little one dayer in the summertime, celebrating house's roots. With legendary DJs from all over the place swarming into town, it promises to be an absolute belter.
So, strap on your Oyster Card, get yourself to Cockfosters and dance your balls off to the banging rhythms of 51st State. Yeehah!
Not many people know this about London, but it's full of interesting things to do and see. Holloway is on the Piccadilly line and it's bulging at the nads with great pubs.
How do I get there?
Trent Park is easy to reach on the tube. For the latest travel updates use the TFL Journey Planner before you depart on the day: www.tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
The nearest tube station to the festival entrance is Cockfosters Station (Piccadilly Line). Trent Park is less than 5 minutes walk away, follow signs for 51st State Festival.
Please note the route from Oakwood Tube Station is a private road that the public will not be able to use. For this reason, all festival goers should get to the festival via Cockfosters tube station.
Avoid travelling by car. There will be absolutely no parking available in the area and you will not be able to park within Trent Park.
3rd release: £30.00
VIP 2nd release: £45.00
VIP 3rd release: £55.00
VIP final release: £65
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website.