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Martin Guttridge-Hewitt
5 April 2024, 09:06

City Sound Project announces full line-up for 2024 festival

Alex Mills, Redlight, MNL, SOTA and a 600-year-old medieval venue

City Sound Project festival 2024 lineup

City Sound Project has announced the full line-up for its 2024 edition. The event takes place on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May at multiple venues in Canterbury, England, marking the festival's first outing in six years. 

Alex Mills, Redlight, MNL (My Nu Leng), SOTA, TIBASKO, A Little Sound, Annabel Stop it, Emily Nash, and Scott Garcia are among the names confirmed. In total, the line-up includes more than 100 artists, spanning UKG, drum & bass, house, and electronica. 

Tickets are on sale now, priced between £27 and £40 for the weekend.

A wide range of locations will be used over the weekend, offering 16 stages of music to explore and discover, with many running from 1PM to 5AM. These include a number of regional landmarks. These include Westgate Towers, a 600-year-old medieval gateway which marks the historic entrance to Canterbury, while other venues are located within the city walls the structure is part of. 

This year, in arguably the most difficult time in the nightlife economy for many decades, the City Sound Project team aim to bring together the community in Canterbury and Kent for a phenomenal two-day festival, attracting 3000 punters over the weekend. With each venue stacked with festival grade production, adding their own flavour to the show," said City Sound Project's Blake McCaskill.

"Festivals, nightclubs, arts, and culture are a vital part of the economy, City Sound Project aim to keep ticket prices as low as possible to help party goers out with the cost of living, while also creating a spectacular event across the bank holiday weekend," added Co-Director Lee Suter. "Event organisers promise a spellbinding line-up of local favourites and national maestros to flood the city for a weekend full of raw excitement."