O’Neill presents Electric Beach Festival in association with Ion Cameras.
On Saturday 7 June and Sunday 8 June 2014, Electric Beach Festival returns to Watergate Bay with two days of great music on the beach. Hurry, there are still a few Early Bird tickets left online.
Check out this years line up…
Grand Master Flash
Headlining Electric Beach 2014 is the legendary Grand Master Flash, one of hip hops greatest pioneers. Setting standards in DJ-ing and creating hip hop history with well know tunes like The Message and White Lines, Grand Master Flash is an unmissable act.
Sam and the Womp
Sam and the Womp are a three piece group from the UK, best known for their summer 2012 No.1 single ‘Bom Bom‘. Mixing traditional elements of Balkan music with modern electronic and dance elements they’ll be bringing the ‘electric’ to Electric Beach Festival.
Back by popular demand, Zion Train. After playing Electric Beach 2013, Zion Train said it was their favourite festival of the year so they had to be on this years lineup. Returning with their energetic yet peaceful dub, reggae, dance vibes the entire beach will be on board the train of Zion.
Since picking up a guitar aged 15, Lloyd Yates has been making music ever since. The self-taught musician is often likened to the likes of Ben Howard, Passenger and Bon Iver due to his distinctive singer-songwriter style.
The People’s String Foundation
Evocative, languid and mellow music of The People’s String Foundation scale the heights of jazz and hip-hop simultaneously.
Maseo (De la Soul)
Producer, DJ, MC Maseo originates from the legendary group De La Soul and will be taking to the decks of Electric Beach Festival 2014.
Combining live music with computer based elements, Running Numbers draw upon hip-hop, dubstep and drum n’ bass to create a big, energetic sound.
Dizraeku and the Small Gods
This seven piece band from England unashamedly play heartfelt reinventions of hip hop with a melodic, folk undertone.
Hong Kong Ping Pong
Playing an eclectic mix of dub step to hip hop, Djs Morphosis and Fat Harry have spent years perfecting their sound and becoming known as one of the most fun groups in the South West.
The Scribes are a new wave, four piece group who’s unique talents have combined to create a sound quite unlike any other.
More acts will be announced soon but hopefully that’s piqued your interest enough to buy a ticket online.