Two Weeks Until Ceremony

New party from the founders of Found

Posted on Sep 2nd, 2014 in News, Black Butter / By Matthew Bayfield
Two Weeks Until Ceremony Ceremonies are always a most sacred thing: Whether that be the opening ceremony of an international sporting event such as the Olympics 2012, where inexplicable “celebrities” rode inexplicably around the edge of running tracks atop flat-bed trucks and London cabs to celebrate sport or religious ceremonies such as holy communion, where people inexplicably eat little flat biscuits that will inexplicably save their mortal souls, the ceremony is usually a big deal.

On Saturday 13th September, in Finsbury Park, London the organisers of Found Festival will be holding a Ceremony of their own which will feature a much more interesting list of performers than the Olympic Games opening, some of who may just be able to save your soul (Bearded disclaimer: Salvation not explicitly included in cost of ticket)

The line up, which promises to explore “360 degrees of underground club culture” includes house legends such as Lil Louis, DJ Sneak, Inner City and Todd Terry alongside new blood such as Tom Shorterz and Woz (pictured) as well more leftfield sounds from the like of Fur Coat.

For those who prefer garage flavours and slightly rougher tempos and there’s everyone from Grant Nelson, Roy Davis Jr and Matt Jam Lamont to a special Tropical set featuring JME, Skepta, Plastician, Logan Sama and Preditah. So Fresh And So Clean will also be providing a stage of hip-hop flavours headlined by none other than Todd Terry (again) who will be dropping a classic hip-hop selection of his own.

As expected tickets are shifting fast so head over to the Ceremony website for the full line up and ticket details and make sure you iron a shirt in time for church!