Drum ‘n’ Bass label Hospital Records will be heading to Broadstairs this Autumn to host The Bunker dance tent at the seventh Wheels & Fins Festival.
The music and action sports event on September 7-8 at Joss Bay is expecting some 10,000 revellers this year.
The Hospital Records tent take-over on September 7 will feature S.P.Y, Kings Of The Rollers, Logistics, Nu:Tone, Etherwood, Whiney, Uncle Dugs, Inja, Dynamite MC and Degs.
The seminal label has been at the heart of the scene since 1996 and continues to define the genre with renowned artists and groundbreaking releases.
Brazilian S.P.Y’s stellar releases have bagged him a Drum’n’Bass Arena Award for Best Album (‘What The Future Holds’), Radio 1 airplay from Annie Mac and a prestigious Essential Mix for Pete Tong. Kings Of The Rollers have risen to the top thanks to their pioneering new take on the genre, with debut single ‘Burnt Ends’ pulling in support from drum’n’bass legends, Doc Scott, Randall, Friction and more.
Label mainstay Logistics (above) is set to smash up the dancefloor with his vast catalogue of releases, alongside brother Nu:Tone. Etherwood joins the bill with his beautiful and unique production style, as well as MC and rapper Degs. Completing the Hospitality Takeover are Whiney, Rinse FM’s Uncle Dugs, Inja, and Dynamite MC (pictured below).
The Takeover features alongside other acclaimed live acts due to be announced in the coming weeks, leading electronic DJs, the best pro-skateboarders, and beach-based activities such as yoga, surfing and paddle boarding.
Adult day tickets start from £40, weekend tickets from £75, or opt for a VIP experience with access to the VIP area, private bar and luxury toilets from £80 for the day or £150 for the weekend. Add an extra £20 to any ticket and glamp in style with striking ocean views of Joss Bay. Children’s tickets are also available starting from £6 for the day or £12 for weekend.
For full ticket options and information on payment plans, visit www.wheelsandfins.co.uk.