For one day only, Greenwich Peninsula will be transformed into a beach paradise for thousands of music fans, where the transformational power of the sunset will be brought to life through eclectic music and cultural acts, taking place against the capital’s iconic skyline.
Now in its fourth year and after a hugely successful sold out 2016 event, the Corona SunSets Festival is returning to London on Saturday, July 29.
Located next to the O2 Arena, the festival will see performances across the Griffin and Crown Stages, which are audio-visual spectacles that create a festival experience like no other.
The festival line-up features a host of iconic DJs, combining chilled acoustic beach tunes and upbeat melodic, and deep house music.
Line up (more acts to be announced):
- Thomas Jack
- Felix Jaehn
- Jose Padilla
- Mambo Brothers
- Maxxi Soundsystem
- PBR Streetgang
- Pete Herbert
- Bobby Pleasure
- Mr M
From the moment revellers enter the festival and are invited to add their wishes and dreams to the SunSets flags, they will find an array of activities to capture the imagination and the magic of a sunset.
Eclectic music performances, beach games and local, handmade items will all be on offer, as well as golden sunset tattoo and body painting stations to initiate guests into the SunSets Tribe.
Aina Fuller, from Corona UK and Ireland, said: "Last year, Corona brought the first ever beach festival to London, transforming the Peninsula into a sunset haven and igniting thousands of music fans across the country, which led to it being a sell-out success.
"This year, we’ve already sold out on early bird tickets in record time as the festival proves more popular than ever."
General sale tickets are on sale now for £35 each from coronasunsets.com
About the festival:
Date: Saturday July 29, 2017.
Opening times: Doors open at 2pm and close at 11pm.
Age: Over 18s only.
Facilities: Food and drink stalls, toilets.
Public transport: The Jubilee tube line is now a 24-hour service. Busses 108,129, 132,161,188,422,427 and 486 all stop at the North Greenwich station. The 188 bus run 24 hours to/from Waterloo. The Night busses from North Greenwich station are: 108 to Stratford or Lewisham, 188 to Russel Square and the 427 to Thamesmead.
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