On Saturday 17th August, we found ourselves at the wonderful world of Elrow Town Festival in London. 12 months previously, we’d been to our first (and Elrow’s 2nd edition) of Elrow Town at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Fast forward 12 months, and such has Elrow’s popularity and brand grown, the need for a bigger festival site. The setting was Trent Park in Cockfosters, in North East London. Travelling down from Liverpool on Saturday afternoon, we arrived at Euston, and the made our way on the tube up to Cockfosters, before the short walk from the tube station.

The venue and setting were beautiful, and on a warm August summer’s day, we headed into the festival to explore everything Elrow Town had to offer. We’re big fans of the Elrow party here at Uneek Ibiza, having awarded their Barcelona party our event of the year the last 2 years running. Their parties are full of madness, crazy characters and costumes, colour, confetti and fun. There was all of this and more at Elrow Town festival, including 9 musical stages/arenas, and all of the usual things you might find in a town – a fire station, jail, school and factory!

The main stage hosted the likes of Camelphat, Jamie Jones and Alan Fitzpatrick, the latter’s set we caught;


Elsewhere, other stages included the el Bowsque Encantado, the biggest of the tents – where we caught Michael Bibi’s set, as well as smaller stages/areas such as Rowlympic Games, The Fire Station, Absolut Pink Cathedral, Arc de Rowomf, Wunderground Rescue, The Jail and Rowxford Academy.


We had a fantastic time, and can’t wait for Elrow Town 2020!

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