Knebworth music festival Eastern Electrics 2013 enters final day

PUBLISHED: 07:52 04 August 2013 | UPDATED: 10:21 05 August 2013

One of the Eastern Electrics Festival tents at Knebworth

One of the Eastern Electrics Festival tents at Knebworth

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ELECTRONIC festival Eastern Electrics 2013 draws to a close in Knebworth today (Sunday) after two nights of music.

Eastern Electrics

Visit the Eastern Electrics Festival 2013 website at www.easternelectrics.com

The three-day underground house and techno event reaches its climax in Knebworth Park this evening, with a set from Latin house legends Masters at Work.

Music will start in the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home at 2pm and finish at 10pm tonight.

Kerri Chandler will also appear on the main outdoor stage, while The Star of Eastern Electrics pub stage will host a DJ set from Skream.

The full Eastern Electrics 2013 Sunday line-up and stage times are as follows:

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

SUNDAY

EASTERN ELECTRICS STAGE

RICHY AHMED 14:00-16:00

MK 16:00-18:00

KERRI CHANDLER 18:00-20:00

MASTERS AT WORK 20:00-22:00

THE STAR OF EE STAGE

TWO & EIGHT 14:00-16:00

JAYMO & ANDY GEORGE 16:00-18:00

WAIFS & STRAYS 18:00-20:00

SKREAM 20:00-22:00

JUST JACK STAGE

TOM RIO & DAN WILD 14:00-15:00

tINI 15:00-17:00

RARESH 17:00-19:00

LAURA JONES 19:00-21:00

TOM RIO & DAN WILD 21:00-22:00

SECRETSUNDAZE STAGE

JAMES PRIESTLEY 14:00-15:30

KYLE HALL 15:30-17:00

CHEZ DAMIER 17:00-18:30

MICHAEL MAYER 18:30-20:30

GILES SMITH 20:30-22:00

LOUCHE STAGE

JOSH T & BRINSLEY 14:00-16:00

TAMA SUMO 16:00-18:00

PROSUMER 18:00-20:00

GERD 20:00-22:00


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