Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th August 2017 | Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford
The players have been revealed for elrow‘s two-day Rowlympic Games extravaganza at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th August 2017.
Sonic athletes from across Clubland are limbering-up to show elrow Town their best, with champion disc-spinners Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Eats Everything and Idris Elba all marked out as top-prize contenders at the festival-scale show.
With years of training under their belts, dancefloor heavy-weights will compete for the biggest tune. Taking their places at the starting blocks will be Butch, dishing out his callisthenics-at-120bpm house rhythms, Riva Starr offering cardio workout floor-fillers, techno sprinter Jasper James, Route 94 and his workout-ready deep grooves, and, fresh off the treadmill, Robert James. Passing the baton along will be the incredibly agile Lauren Lane and long-distance clubber Shadow Child with a UK vs Germany doubles-round from The 2 Bears plus Santé & Sidney Charles.
Representing some of the brightest rising stars in their field and bringing a whole new dimension to the show, marathon man William Djoko, Man Power, Mele, Crazy Cousinz, Marcus Nasty and DJ gymnast Lord Leopard will have their eyes on poll position, whilst for the first time ever at elrow, the bass music heavy-lifting unit will be throwing down garage classics and UK funky with the likes of The Menendez Brothers, Jus Now, DJ Die, Chimpo and the iconic Foundation pairing of Sticky & Scott Garcia taking over their own dedicated space within Rowlympic Village, inviting elrow’s townsfolk to unleash their gun-fingers and running-men to some of the best in British bass.
With the home-ground advantage elrow’s feisty resident squad will be delivering high-octane performances, with Marc Maya, De La Swing, Toni Varga, George Privatti and Bastian Bux completing elrow Town London‘s Rowlympics team.
elrow’s final event in London this year, and biggest show to date will offer a 360° immersive experience, housing three of elrow’s party themes within the elaborately constructed, custom-made town setting, complete with the wacky characters, larger-than-life production and swirling confetti now synonymous with the brand.
Saturday tickets sold out in just 4 hours, with final tickets for Sunday’s Closing Ceremony available here: www.elrowtownlondon.com