Lovebox Festival 2018 to be held in Ealing

Written by on 26 March 2018

Good news for Ealing! This year’s Lovebox festival will be held at Gunnersbury Park, in West London!

It will most definitely be an exciting opportunity for music fans across West London, but also for fellow students from the University of West London, who will now be able to enjoy a music festival right on their doorstep this summer.

Lovebox festival to be held at Ealing’s Gunnersbury Park

The festival has been held at various venues across London, including Clapham Common and Victoria Park. Lovebox was originally set to take place at Brockwell Park, south-east London, however, according to the Evening Standard, a petition was launched to stop the festival from taking place there. This left Lovebox organisers with no other choice but to reconsider a new location for the music festival.

Lovebox will be taking place on the 13th and 14th of July this year, and will have a variety of music acts featuring across both days, and here are some of the musicians who are in the line up for the festival weekend:

For the full line-up for Lovebox, click here.

As it has recently been seen with a number of music events, rules and regulations regarding secondary ticketing have become much more strict, and fans have been asked for full identification upon arrival to a concert in order to enter the actual event. However, tickets for this year’s festival are fully transferable, therefore, fans will be able to sell tickets to other fans without there being any issues with reselling.

Childish Gambino – headliner for this years Lovebox festival.

The Citadel Festival will also be taking place at Gunnersbury Park, the day after Lovebox, on the 15th July, and the line-up for the event can be accessed here.

Lovebox has been around since 2002 and was founded by DJ’s Groove Armada. In 2003, the festival had it’s first outdoor one-day event, and the tickets sold out in just two days. Since then, Lovebox has been hosts to a variety of events and club nights in various cities, including Dublin and Ibiza.

Many fans were disappointed to see the festival had moved from East London, however, it was greatly welcomed by those in West London.

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