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Let It Roll Festival 2014

Let It Roll Festival 2014

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Let It Roll is back in the Czech Republic this year and judging by the line-up released so far, it’s set to be a good ’un! With Drum&BassArena hosting the 2nd stage, and with over half the line-up still yet to be announced, anticipation for the event is spreading like wildfire. There to make your Let It Roll experience an extra special one will be acts such as Netsky (Live), Camo & Krooked, Wilkinson, Loadstar, The Upbeats, Dirtyphonics, Etherwood, Ed Rush & Optical and more!

Set in the impressive military area Benesov, the festival runs from the 1st-3rd of August and if last years attendance is anything to go by (with 15000 visitors per day) these are not tickets you want to hold off buying.

Check out some of the highlights from last years festival to give you an idea of how jaw-droppingly huge this will be!

First up Wilkinson brings the vibes to the RAM stage… Look at the size of that crowd!!

If that didn’t convince you take a look at The Upbeats’ infectiously energetic set from last year on the Virus Recordings stage. Extra points to Jeremy for dancing just as hard as the crowd! You know the vibes are on point when your DJ can’t stand still!

Ed Rush & Optical tear the place apart in true signature style, not once, but twice on the RAM Records & Virus Recordings stages…

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more mental, enter Optiv & BTK who unleashed an all-out assault on the crowd like only they know how.. See for yourself:

Audio wasn’t any easier on the crowd, playing a relentless set filled with enough material to whip anyone into a frenzy…

A-Cray kept it rolling with an impressive set, which highlighted the diversity of all the artists involved.

So there you have it. Proof that this is not one to miss!

For more details head to the event page. Tickets available on UKF Live.

 

You can follow Maja C on Twitter, @_Maja_C
Head of content and curator of Drum&BassArena's YouTube and SoundCloud channels, Maja also works across UKF's editorial pages.

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