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Steve Lawler And Danny Howard Among New Names Confirmed For London's ABODE In The Park

Monday, 09 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The second wave of acts has been announced for this year's ABODE in the Park.

Heading to London’s Finsbury Park on September 23 for the house music festival are Steve Lawler, Danny Howard, Lee Foss, Nathan Barato, Waze & Odyssey, Max Chapman, and Mark Jenkyns. They join the previously confirmed Groove Armada, Sidney Charles, Sante, Cuartero, Hector Couto and East End Dubs.

Alongside the new names, the organisers have also announced three new stages for the event: The Main Stage by ABODE, The Terrace with Warriors and The Big Top with Danny Howard's Nothing Else Matters.

Tickets are on sale now, priced from £40 plus fees.

Abode In The Park Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun September 23 2018 - SEVEN SISTERS ROAD FINSBURY PARK

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