Luck & Neat, Matt Jam Lamont, General Levy, IC3 @ Moondance 16

May 7, 2018 6:07 am
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OnTrax TV went down to Moondance Festival Presented by FOUND Series.

We spoke to IC3, Matt Jam Lamont, General Levy, MC Five-Alive, DJ Luck and Mc Neat, DJ E.Z.M

The festival was a true electronic extravaganza and we loved it.

It took place at Hopkins’s Fields, North Park,
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Stratford, London, E20 3ZH

on Sunday 18th September 2016 (11AM – 10PM)

Celebrating rave culture from its roots to the innovators of today!


*VIP ARENA was hosted by House FM.

Following the success at Finsbury Park and the road-block tie up on NYE, they linked up once again with United on Sunday 18th September to bring you London’s biggest celebration of rave culture. What more could you want than all your favourite rave brands at the spectacular Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Found presents Moondance Festival unite with some of the UK’s most prestigious, independent promoters to celebrate the pioneers of dance music, showcasing the best in old skool, drum & bass, garage, house, jungle and grime. Which took place at a new location, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London on Sunday 18th September 2016, Moondance Festival was one of the first electronic music events hosted on the iconic site.

Following four sold out festivals at Finsbury Park, the promoters who have been behind these festivals felt it was time to take you on a new adventure to an exciting, previously unused London site…

Created for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has now provided a unique location to host Moondance Festival. Covering 560 acres, the stunning Park includes 6.5km of waterways,15 acres of woodland and eight permanent venues, all situated within a 10 minute walk from Stratford International station.

FOUND: Over the last 4 sold out summer seasons Found have successfully booked, operated and promoted 10 large-scale festivals on a variety of London sites including Brockwell Park, Finsbury Park, Haggerston Park and Trent Park.

MOONDANCE: Celebrating 21 years of sold out shows this year, Moondance is one of London’s biggest promoters running successful shows at some of London’s most iconic venues including Astoria, Bagleys, Canvass, Coronet, Crystal Palace Sports Centre, Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, Koko, Roller Express, Scala and the SeOne Complex.

The stage hosts for Found presents Moondance Festival: United, Garage Nation, Breakin Science, Epidemik, Jungle Mania and Roast, Promised Land, Analog, Stush and House FM are some of the UKs most prestigious independent promoters, who have been running successful shows in the UK & Abroad for over 25 years.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a place unlike any other. Spread across 560 acres of beautiful parklands with historic waterways, famous sporting venues and a vibrant arts and events programme. At the Park’s centre sits the former Olympic Stadium, a world-class, multi-use venue that will play host to Premier League football, concerts and international athletics and, coming soon, The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit. As the new heart of east London, the Park will provide future homes, jobs and an unrivalled education and cultural district housing Sadler’s Wells, V&A East, UAL’s London College of Fashion and UCL East.

The London Legacy Development Corporation promotes and delivers physical, social, economic and environmental regeneration in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the surrounding area by maximising the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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Video Shot by Barbara Be
Production Assistance Vivienne Long
Video Produced & Presented by Barbara Be
Video Edited by Pablo Pafter of Pafter Media