The now legendary 1-2-3-4 Festival was one of the most important events of the year for the regular London gig goer, fusing the freshest in upcoming bands with some of the biggest contemporary artists of the time. Promoter Sean McLusky started the festival back in 2007 with one plan, to bring together the true originators with the new breed of emerging bands, new artists playing alongside the musicians that inspired them, finding the international artists that still resonate with today’s scene while laying the foundations of the future with the bands of today.
1-2-3-4 are also known to organise unique one-off sets, collaborations, reformations and special appearances, so expect the 2016 festival to be full of surprises.
The festivals new park location of Three Mills Island in Bow is completely surrounded by rivers, the site will boast a festival size main stage, big top stages and just added is a “pit party” style new bands stage, with audience surrounding in 360, there will also be secret sessions and surprise guests across the site.
Great bars and the best street food outlets top off the proceedings to make for a unique festival experience in this amazing, landscaped, atmospheric, urban island setting.
Limited early bird tickets just £24.95, on sale 9am Friday 13 May through Ticketweb
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