51st Festival returns on Saturday 5 August 2022 bigger and better with a brand new festival site, Copthall Playing Fields in North London.
Since 2015, 51st Festival has been joining the dots between seminal figures of dance music culture and the new generation of artists pushing the movement forward today. From its roots in US Gospel, Soul, Disco and House through iconic genres like Garage, 2-step, Acid House, Dancehall, R&B and more, 51st State Festival showcases the technicoloured heritage of dance and is amongst the most diverse and inclusive festivals in the UK.
Past shows have featured the likes of Masters At Work, EZ, Norman Jay MBE, Soul II Soul, Jocelyn Brown, Crystal Waters, Roy Ayers Ubiquity, Basement Jaxx, Mood II Swing, Kevin Saunderson, Fabio & Grooverider, Carl Cox, Evelyn Champaign King, Melba Moore, Mr Vegas, Trevor Nelson, Tanya Stevens, Kerri Chandler, Hannah Wants, Brand New Heavies and Mark Knight.
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The city of London offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for 51st State Festival using the map below or visit booking.com
There is car parking space for 800 cars and Car park tickets can be purchased here
The nearest train station is Mill Hill Broadway which is on Thameslink and a 5 minute taxi journey from Copthall Playing Fields. Mill Hill Broadway is only 17 minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras or 20 minutes from Farringdon. There will be shuttle buses available on the day, more info will be released soon.
The nearest tube station is Mill Hill East which is on the Northern Line and a 7 minute taxi journey to the Copthall Playing Fields. There will be shuttle buses available on the day, more info will be released soon.
The 221 route runs from Edgware bus station to Turnpike Lane station. Alight at the Copthall Sports Centre for the Copthall Playing Fields, which is a 5 minute walk away.
The 113 Bus route runs from Edgware Bus Station to Marble Arch. Alight at Five Ways Corner for Copthall Playing Fields, which is a 10 minute walk away.