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Cambridgeshire drum and bass festival, DSCNNCT, secures Ibiza DJ as headliner





DJ Low Steppa will fly in from his Ibiza residency with Defected to headline the main stage at Cambridgeshire house and drum and bass music festival DSCNNCT.

Low Steppa
Low Steppa

DSCNNCT’s disco house stage, last year headlined by DJ Fat Tony, is this year hosted by Hedkandi, a label that stormed the clubs in the 90s and 00s, while drum and bass fans will not be disappointed as Brockie & Det are sure to raise the roof at the festival’s Lovely Drop Stage.

DSCNNCT was created by local DJs David Rosen and Gary Willis who, having promoted events across the county for several years, finally responded to demands to launch a house and drum and bass festival in Cambridgeshire in 2019.

DSCNNCT Festival in Cambridgeshire. Picture: Mark Holmes Photography
DSCNNCT Festival in Cambridgeshire. Picture: Mark Holmes Photography
DSCNNCT Festival in Cambridgeshire. Picture: Mark Holmes Photography
DSCNNCT Festival in Cambridgeshire. Picture: Mark Holmes Photography

David said: “We are really fortunate to have an incredible independent music scene here in Cambridgeshire and in recent years we’ve seen some excellent music festivals starting up, but what Gary and I felt was missing was a festival delivering the UK’s hottest house and drum and bass with everything from disco house to tech house, deep house, UK hip hop and jungle, and giving people an amazing music-led experience.”

DSCNNCT takes place on Saturday, September 17, at Crystal Lakes in Fenstanton. More than 75 acts will play across the festival’s five stages. Tickets are available now at dscnnctfestival.com.

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