Queen’s Yard Summer Party 2019 locks Bill Brewster, DJ Boring, Jane Fitz and more

Formerly an all-dayer, the event is expanding into a two-day UK club music showcase this year...

29.04.19

Words by: Felicity Martin

With the bank holiday weekend approaching, the Queen’s Yard Summer Party has announced its final run of names to bolster an already-strong line-up.

The multi-venue event, taking place across 25 indoor and outdoor stages in Hackney Wick, boasts over 150 artists with a focus on local heroes and beloved party-starters rather than huge international names.

DJs like Pickle Factory resident Jane Fitz billed alongside DJ Boring, Bill Brewster, Ralph Lawson, Peverelist, Pangaea, Pinch are all scheduled to spin in the canal-side area.

Inviting club and promoter brands to programme stages – including Livity Sound, Wigflex, Giant Steps, Sub Club, Love International and many more – it’s an expertly-curated line-up for the discerning club music lover.

Previously, the event had been a one-dayer – but 2019 sees it expand across two days and take over a handful of new parts of Hackney’s riverside.

New venues this year include some of the area’s most interesting spaces, including three breweries, two boats, a theatre, botanical gardens, with key spaces being Number 90, Mick’s Garage and Bloc’s Autumn Street Studios.

Day tickets are £15.50 and weekend tickets are £25.50 – purchase them here.

Queen’s Yard Summer Party takes place on 4th-5th May 2019 from 12pm until 6am.