Let It Roll: More Acts Revealed!

Let It Roll: More Acts Revealed!


Let It Roll. How can three little words hold so much power? The team behind the world’s biggest D&B festival have done a ridiculously good job of turning a series of humble club nights back in 2003, into the international juggernaught that it is today, with over 15,000 visitors each year. We’re helping host this year’s festival, and we couldn’t be prouder!

Every year becoming more bold and brazen with their perfectly curated line-ups, Let It Roll event flyers read like a who’s who of the scene’s most influential artists and upcoming talent, and their latest announcement is certainly no exception.  With Andy C, Ed RushSpor, High Contrast, Noisia, Dillinja, Goldie, SpectraSoul, State of Mind, Black Sun Empire, Wilkinson, DBridge, Ivy Lab just a handful of the acts announced for this year’s festival, you’d be forgiven for having to pick your jaw up from the floor. Oh, and did we mention there are STILL more announcements to come?

If you’re a D&B fan through and through then few festivals will whet your appetite like Let It Roll will. The ultimate mecca and Woodstock of drum & bass, take one look at their summer teaser to see what you’re in for…

Now close your mouth, shake off the goosebumps, regain your composure and get planning for the best summer of your life.

With the festival set just outside of breathtaking Prague, it’s not only dirt cheap to travel there from London, and from other destinations, but you’ll be shocked at how low your expenses are too. With beers averaging £1-£2 each, cheap food, accommodation, and tickets to the 3-day festival currently under £50, you wont find better value for money coupled with a line-up like THAT.

With so many names added to the bill tickets are shifting fast, this is not one you want to sleep on so get your tickets here, and start planning!

In the meantime, check out some of the sets from our Let It Roll adventure in 2014…

Watch more sets here.

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