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Olivia Stock
31 August 2023, 11:02

London’s DRUMSHEDS announces Bicep, SHERELLE, Girls Don’t Sync, many more for opening season

120+ new artists have been added to complete the debut season programme

Photo of the new DRUMSHEDS warehouse space with grey industrial beams

DRUMSHEDS, the new 15,000-capacity venue opening in London, has announced the full programme for its debut AW23 season.

With six weeks to go before opening its doors, the cultural space has added 120+ new artists across its first 12 parties, which will run each Saturday in the 608,000 square-foot warehouse.

The debut season running from October to December will welcome Belfast titans Bicep with a Chroma/AV DJ Set, alongside SHERELLE, Sub Focus, Kelly Lee Owens, Marcel Dettmann, DJ EZ, SG Lewis, Claptone, and Marco Carola. Also joining the bill are the likes of Hot Since 82, Girls Don’t Sync, ARTBAT, Stephan Bodzin, David Rodigan, DJ Hazard b2b DJ Hype b2b Dillinja, Todd Edwards, A Little Sound, SYREETA, Pan-Pot, Uncle Vinny, and many more.

These new names join an already-impressive line-up of artists and brand partners, including La Discothèque, Piano People with recent DJ Mag cover stars Major League Djz, Más Tiempo presents Skepta and Jammer, Gorgon City, Charlotte De Witte and her label KNTXT, Worried About Henry, Andy C, The Hydra, BuggedOut!, and Paradise.

The inaugural DRUMSHEDS party will be hosted by disco crew La Discothèque on 7th October, with subsequent events running each Saturday throughout the 12-week season. Housed in a former Ikea store in Tottenham programmed by Broadwick Live (the team behind Printworks, Beams, Field Day), the venue will be the biggest space of its kind in London.

Ajay Jayaram, Broadwick Live’s Director of Music, said: “DRUMSHEDS as a cultural project is about creativity and impact at scale. Some of music’s biggest artists, labels and brands are working with us to curate shows that are unparalleled in terms of size and production in the capital, offering our guests an experience unlike anything before.”

The venue will precede the previous DRUMSHEDS space, which closed permanently in January 2022 after a closing event hosted by The Hydra, who will return to the new DRUMSHEDS on 8th December. 

Sign-up here for access to an exclusive two-hour pre-sale on Tuesday 5th September at 10am. Any remaining tickets will be available for general sale on Tuesday 5th September at 12pm.

Find out more info via the DRUMSHEDS website.