This year, a new event space is set to open its doors as a giant rave playground. Making use of four interlinked warehouses which between them hold an astonishing 10,000 people, Drumsheds is the news we’ve all been waiting for. Behind the industrial stronghold are Broadwick Live; the great minds who brought us Printworks back in 2017.
Their latest project will combine the four colossal warehouses with ten acres of outdoor space (perfect for festival use), producing another ground-breaking venue for the London rave scene. Situated in an ideal location, The Drumsheds are nestled away from residential areas and shielded by surrounding industrial buildings. Meaning the space holds the potential to run late-night events and amp up the speaker volume.
The development forms part of a £6bn regeneration programme in Enfield called Meridian Water, which will see a brand new overground station providing direct transport links from Stratford & Liverpool Street in only 20 minutes.
The launch is set for this summer, with the venue hosting Field Day on 7th-8th July. The likes of Bonobo, Modeselektor, The Black Madonna and Todd Terje will be amongst the first names playing in the new space. Plans for a schedule of events involving some of the UK’s biggest brands & artists are already underway, with more details being revealed later this year.
Remaining tickets for Field Day are available here.
Images – Jake Davis (Hungry Visuals)