Knebworth music festival day tickets still available for Eastern Electrics Sunday

PUBLISHED: 16:33 04 August 2013 | UPDATED: 10:20 05 August 2013

The Eastern Electrics 2013 festival at Knebworth

The Eastern Electrics 2013 festival at Knebworth


DANCE music fans can still experience the final few hours of techno festival Eastern Electrics 2013, with a limited number of Sunday day tickets available on the gate.

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It’s a soulful Sunday line-up at Knebworth Park, with some of the finest house music on the planet ushering in the third and final day of the electronic extravaganza.

Day tickets costing £35 are still available online from the festival’s website at

Organisers have also held back an allocation available for cash on the door, priced £45 (standard ticket) and £70 (VIP ticket).

Today’s line-up features a selection of global DJ talent and some of the UK’s most forward-thinking promoters, led by a mammoth US onslaught on the main stage.

MK taking charge on the main stage at Eastern Electrics 2013 in Knebworth ParkMK taking charge on the main stage at Eastern Electrics 2013 in Knebworth Park

Legendary pioneers Masters At Work (Kenny Dope and Louis Vega), Chicago powerhouse Kerri Chandler and EE favourite MK will all appear on the main stage at Knebworth.

Outside in the Switchyard, secretsundaze bring their summer Sunday party vibes to Eastern Electrics, while Just Jack, Louche and Tayo’s Lean Left all present a selection of eclectic house sounds.

In order to make the best use of some of the festival’s favourite arenas, organisers have moved Just Jack into the not-so secret venue at the Electric City. Here you can catch Laura Jones, tINI, Raresh & the Just Jack boys themselves until 10pm.

The last trains for festival-goers leaving Stevenage station for London King’s Cross tonight are at 11.03pm, 11.36pm, 11.52pm and 11.59pm.

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