Let It Roll reveal final line-up and full bus party details

Photo courtesy of Let It Roll


Just over two months until takeoff… Let It Roll have announced full details for this summer’s event.

Taking place August 1 – 3, Milovice airfield, Czechia: More names have been added to the already massive line-up: Holotrope, HumaNature, Hybris, Chris.Su, Matzet, Ripple, Subtension, Symplex, The Prophecy, Tom Small and Trilo have been added to the line-up as well as whole troop of fast-rising Czech talent.

They’ll be joining the likes of Chase & Status, Pendulum, Andy C, Noisia, Camo & Krooked, High Contrast, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, Dimension, Black Sun Empire, Current Value, DJ Marky, Flava D, A.M.C, Lenzman, DJ Friction, Matrix & Futurebound, Breakage, Dirtyphonics, Turno, Kyrist, London Elektricity, Benny L, Macky Gee, The Prototypes and hundreds more of drum & bass’s finest

The festival’s famous bus parties have also been confirmed. Renowned for their intensity, Let It Roll’s Mad Max-level post-apocalyptic 16-wheelers return for a series of 10 parties throughout the weekend.

Compressed chaos in a heavily modified public transport capsule, the bus parties are guaranteed sell-outs. This year’s bus conductor rollcall is one of the strongest the festival has ever had and covers every base as parties will be hosted by Teddy Killerz & Gydra, Koven & Muzzy, Zombie Cats & Abis, Fourward & Friends, Killbox, The Prototypes, James Marvel & Ripple, Benny L & Shimon & Trimer, Rene Lavice & TC and Hybrid Minds.

The festival has confirmed the new stage concepts for the weekend, too. Complementing the event’s ongoing opening show narrative, many of the raving areas have been updated: The epic main stage will be a vast ark-style shuttle entitled The Mothership while the second main outdoor stage (previously called the Factory stage) has been drastically redeveloped and will be known as The Temple, a stage comprised of old outgrown robot casings. Elsewhere in Let It Roll’s unique environment there will be a new stage called Eve’s Garden, which is a more pastoral-themed space dedicated to deeper and liquid sounds. Other stages introduced last year such as The Portal and The Shredder will make a welcome return. The former an impressive intergalactic radial construction, the latter a space aged junk yard, both stages created once again emphasised Let It Roll’s unique theme and impressive levels of stage production and look set to be even larger and more spectacular.

All this and loads more; Let It Roll 2019 looks set to be the Czech festival’s largest event to date. Soak up the full line-up in all its glory below and head to the Let It Roll website for ticket and travel information.