Camo & Krooked, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, Dimension, DJ Marky, Flava D, Lenzman, Matrix & Futurebound, DJ Hazard, Breakage, Dirtyphonics, Turno, Kyrist, London Elektricity and many more acts have just been confirmed for Let It Roll 2019.
They’ll be joining headliners such as Chase & Status, Pendulum, Andy C, Noisia and High Contrast on the festival’s largest line-up in its 12 year history.
53 new acts have been added to the Let It Roll bill in their third major announcement for this summer’s event. It will take place between August 1 – 3 in Milovice, Czechia and the full third phase roll call is as follows…
A-Cray, Audio, BMotion, B-Complex, Breakage, DJ Hazard, Cause 4 Concern, Counterstrike, Delta Heavy, Dimension, DJ Marky, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Eatbrain League X Jade b2b Teddy Killerz b2b Fourward feat MC Coppa, Ed Rush, Edlan, Emperor, Etherwood, Flava D, Gerra & Stone, Hallucinator, Changing Faces, Icicle, Kanine, Keeno, Kove, Kyrist, Lenzman, London Elektricity, LSB, Madface, Matrix & Futurebound, Mizo, Monty, Nymfo, Phace & Misanthrop, Rido Riya, S.P.Y, The Outside Agency, Turno, Unglued, Urbandawn and Whiney.
All bass bases covered, all styles, all generations: the new announcement builds on already impressive and diverse line-up that represents the whole spectrum of drum & bass. They’ll be joining the likes of…
A.M.C, Black Sun Empire, Calyx & TeeBee, Kings Of The Rollers, Mefjus, The Upbeats, Abis, Benny L, 1991, 3RDKND, Akov, Bou, Bredren, Circuits, Culture Shock, Current Value, Cyantific, Danny Byrd, Dispatch 360 Sound (Ant TC1 & DLR), DJ Guv, Dossa & Locuzzed, Feint, Fourward, Hedex, Hybrid Minds, InsideInfo, Document One, Dub Elements, GLXY, Halogenix, James Marvel, K Motionz, Kiril, Krakota, Malux, Magnetude Muzzy, Original Sin, Prolix, QZB, Redpill, Shimon, TC, Smooth, T>I, Inward, Hanzo & Randie, John B, Kasra, Levela, Macky Gee, Maduk, Merikan, Neonlight, North Base, Pythius, Rene Lavice, Signal, Synergy, The Prototypes, Tobax Zombie Cats.
The festival have also announced major remixes to their famous stage production, ensuring their supersized sci-fi theme will be even more spectacular than ever before. New stage themes include the dreamy, colourful pastures of Eve’s Garden and the church-like atmospheres of The Temple while monstrous main stage will take on the form of a mothership… And it takes off in less than four months time.
Full line-up below, full travel and ticket details can be found on the Let It Roll website, see you there.