The spotlight is on Eastern Electrics for this week’s festival takeover, which will be taking place on August 5th. Now in its sixth year, Eastern Electrics have chosen to change up the location from their usual Hatfield House in Hertfordshire to Morden Park in London. The new site boasts six large stages – the Main Stage hosted by Eastern Electrics, the Switchyard hosted by Knee Deep in Sound, the Bigger Top hosted by Skreamizm, The Club Stage hosted by Warriors, the Big Top hosted by Defected Records and the Star of EE hosted by Rinse FM – as well as two smaller stages. The list of revered brand partnerships with the multitude of stages at the festival makes for impressive reading.

The lineup itself features a diverse array of mostly UK house and techno artists. The renowned house and techno pioneer Carl Cox is closing the main stage, and he will no doubt provide one of the highlight sets of the day. Other sets that you would be silly to miss on the day are Âme on the main stage, warming up for Cox, and Denis Sulta in the middle of the afternoon at The Switchyard. But for those who like to run on a more laid back schedule during festivals, do not panic because if you take a wander around the site, you will be sure to find fantastic music whatever you stumble upon.

If you’re into high-energy garage and bass music, you will probably spend all day at the Rinse FM stage. If catchy house is more your thing, you will most likely be running back and forth between the Switchyard and Bigger Top (and a few others). But if you’re there to see some big names, the Main Stage is guaranteed to put on quite a show. In short, all twenty-thousand attendees will be completely spoilt for choice! And for those who don’t want to end the day early, there are two very tasty after-parties in London to choose from, so you can keep on shuffling until the sun comes up.

It’s set to be a south-London scorcher. Go grab one of the final tickets, if you haven’t already.